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Further COVID-19 preparation updates from Nancy in Kenya

The official number of cases of COVID-19 in Kenya is now at 25.

Nancy, our CEO, is remaining in Kenya and continues to coordinate Nasio Trust’s response on the ground as the region tightens preparations.

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Nasio Trust COVID-19 response: Update 21st March 2020

Nancy Hunt, our CEO, is currently in Kenya and coordinating Nasio’s response on the ground to the pandemic. The first cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19) have been confirmed in Kenya and Nasio is taking proactive steps to prevent the spread of the virus and protect the health and wellbeing of the Mumias and Musanda communities.

Initially Nancy herself had to self-isolate as a precaution following Kenyan government instructions because she’d just arrived from the UK, a country which already had confirmed Coronavirus cases.

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Statement Regarding Coronavirus: COVID-19 Update

COVID-19 Update: How is the COVID-19 virus affecting the Nasio Trust and the children and communities we serve?

Please rest assured that Nasio Trust staff are closely monitoring COVID-19 virus developments in Kenya, Tanzania and the UK.

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Coronavirus & Travel To Africa

Here at the Nasio Trust we are keeping a close eye on the government’s travel advice regards coronavirus (COVID-19):

As of 10th March 2020 neither Kenya or Tanzania are on the list of countries for which the UK Government has given specific advice but of course this changes almost daily. We recommend anyone planning to travel to Kenya to visit our projects, or to Tanzania to climb Kilimanjaro, also keeps up to date with the Government’s guidelines.

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Your Security In Kenya

To the Nasio Trust, there is nothing more important than the safety and security of staff volunteers and event participants in our care.

As such we would like to reassure you that your planned visit to Kenya remains safe and secure.

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In Loving Memory of Laventa Atieno Opatha

It is with deep sadness that we inform our supporters of the untimely death of 10 year old Laventa Atieno Opatha.

Laventa sadly passed away in her sleep last Wednesday 11th July. Her death has come as a complete shock to us all at The Nasio Trust, especially our team in Kenya and most importantly Laventa’s family and friends.

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Val’s Kenyan Experience: Day 3 – Lake Jipe

I set the alarm for 6.30 and am just in time to see a few dozen Guinea fowl at the watering hole joined by some zebra.

Breakfast is our last meal at the watering hole at Kilaguni, and we are not disappointed by the show with 2 warthogs appearing from the bush - and yes they really do look like Pumba in the Lion King.

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