Kenya Narok Mission Trips 2022 & 2023 | Mission Direct

Kenya Narok

Supporting Kenya's vulnerable youth

Since 2014, we have partnered with local projects in Narok to help provide education; safe housing for girls escaping FGM and forced marriage; and accommodation for street children. With our work at Nkapilili School now complete (a school which has successfully integrated disabled children into mainstream schooling), our main project will now focus on the work of Mission with a Vision, supporting girls who have fled FGM and early marriage as well as Fountain of Life, who work with street children and vulnerable women.

 

Please note that the trip dates may vary a day either way due to flight availability.

Overview:

Building Project   /   Children's Work   /   Maasailand   /   Suitable for all ages   /   Vulnerable People

Mission Trip Dates

The Projects

Main Partner

Mission with a Vision girls’ refuge

Patrick & Josephine Ngigi run this home for about 70 girls all of whom have been rescued from female genital mutilation (FGM) and/or forced early marriage.  This year we are starting a three-year build to help provide more accommodation for the girls, which will also free up some of the space currently being used to house girls for a revenue-creating sewing project. The aim of this project is not only to provide an income, but also to teach skills to some of the local people (there is a correlation between poverty and the prevalence of FGM). More space will also allow the project to undertake advocacy work – something that some of the older girls who have since moved on are very interested in doing.

Nkapililli School

Sister Clemencia is a Franciscan nun who has dedicated her life to helping disabled children who are often marginalised by society.  She has been given some land and has started a small mainstream school with a special needs unit attached.  The disabled children board at the school but the dorms are very basic (metal sheets and mud floors). Her vision is to run a school which will meet the needs of the disabled children offering them warmth and security and a place where they can learn. We will visit the school during your trip.

Rest and Relaxation

At the end of the trip we have an overnight trip to the Maasai Mara game reserve where we stay in raised safari tents with comfortable twin beds and thick blankets! The tents have en-suite facilities. Game drives take place in the afternoon and early morning, and there will be time to relax and enjoy the beautiful surroundings.

There is also an afternoon/evening trip to Maji Moto to enjoy the Loita Plains and experience some Maasai culture.


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Country Information

Narok is in the South West of Kenya in the heart of Maasai land in the Great Rift Valley.

The time Zone is GMT +3 hours

The local language is Maa and some English

Up to 27°C in Mar-Sep

The Flight is approximately 8.5 hours.

The Impact So Far

The teams in Kenya Narok have been doing an incredible job.
Here are a few of the most recent stories and stats from the projects...

4

Dormitories for disabled children built

10

mattresses delivered to girl's refuge

2

classrooms built

Mission Trip Dates

Kenya 2023 (Narok) – Team 1

15 Jul - 29 Jul 2023

Contribution:  £2,450

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Kenya 2023 (Narok) – Team 2

05 Aug - 19 Aug 2023

Private team

The contributions listed are a reduced amount, based on the assumption that Gift Aid will be declared.

Orientation and Reunion days

Orientation days and reunion days are included to help you get the most from your trip.

Orientation Day

Reunion Day

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