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Make a difference this holiday season!

Asante - thank you - to everyone who contributed to the 2018 Holiday Campaign! We look forward to showing you how your generous donations are going to make a difference in Kenya in 2019! Our 2018 Holiday Campaign is now underway. Find out how you can give a gift with meaning to your family and…
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6 weeks in Kenya: a post from UPEI education student Aimee Gillis

by Aimee Gillis Mweru Primary School has been the highlight of my trip to Kenya. The students were always so happy to be at school and learn. The students were also always so appreciative of everything done for them. We were given gifts of fruits and nuts on the daily. The happy faces and eager…
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Twinned school profile: MUUTI-O-NTHUNGURI PRIMARY SCHOOL

MUUTI-O-NTHUNGURI PRIMARY SCHOOL by Salome Ntinyari Farmers Helping Farmers Staff Kenya Muuti-O-Nthunguri primary school is headed by Mr. Gikunda and located approximately 14 kms from Meru town and 5 kms from Kiirua market. This school has been twinned since 2013 with Mt. Stewart Consolidated. [caption id="attachment_1356" align="alignnone" width="300"] Inside the screenhouse[/caption] In this school is…
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Making a school in Kenya disability friendly

FARMERS HELPING FARMERS (FHF) BEGINNING THE WORK OF MAKING A SCHOOL DISABILITY FRIENDLY A team in Kenya in February 2018 assesses the work needed to Make Mitoone Primary Disability Friendly. The School needs ramps to various classrooms, adapted doorways, adapted or new latrines, solid paths especially in the rainy season, special education materials and more for…
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A fun fundraiser for Farmers Helping Farmers –

UPEI Applied Human Sciences students (Foods and Nutrition and Kinesiology) host the first annual “Pie your Prof” on Pi day.   Pi Day is celebrated on March 14th (3/14) around the world and is an opportunity for math enthusiasts to recite the infinite digits of Pi, talk to their friends about math, and to eat Pie. Student in AHS…
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Saying “asante” and thank you to the supporters of Farmers Helping Farmers

By FHF President Colleen Walton As we roll slowly into the spring, I reflect on the incredible community of supporters of our work with Kenyan Farm families. The annual January trip found 13 volunteers and students in Kenya working as trainers in agriculture, book keeping and dairy herd management. Their efforts enhance the year-round work…
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