Lisa Oelke (second from the right) and her fabulous team of Canadian solar experts – Denise Heapey, Sherri Ireland, Lisa and Mike Vance, and engineer Tanya Dhir – flew over mid-September to help the Nairobi Schneider Electric team of installers bring light to Majengo. It had been over two years since Lisa visited Majengo to… Read more
Once upon a time, our 85 Majengo kids had no home, or anyone to call their own. Thanks to you – and every one of us who have come forth and helped these kids over the last 8 years – in whatever way possible, these kids now call Majengo their very own big happy home. THANK… Read more
Majengo is about a mile in from the main Majengo community road, via a potted, wet, dusty, mangled, and maimed road, which during rainy season is impassable. Flooded by water sloshing over eroding ditches on each side, and pitted by herds of Masai cows, bikes, motorcycles, and kids it is barely passable in good weather…. Read more
Every time we go over to Tanzania, we order new drums for the kids to top up their fabulous Majengo drum band. It is so exciting to see and hear the kids playing, singing, and dancing on the big outdoor porch in front of the Serengeti house at Majengo!
After hours of practicing every day after school, with dancing, drumming, singing, and acting our Majengo kids joined lots of other schools at a fabulous (but very hot!) African Children’s Day event out in the Masai village of Selela.