Linnet Griffith-Jones writes about volunteering at Compassion CBO, in Kenya

My First Week of Training – Beginning at the Beginning

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Julia, a young woman with disability, lives in a slum with her two young children in a house of 10 square feet of corrugated iron sheets… Through selling boiled eggs, she is able to buy food for her children. This is but an example of how a small donation or loan can empower one woman.

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Volunteer Linnet Griffith-Jones writes about her first week in Kenya

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Linnet Griffith-Jones writes about volunteering at Compassion CBO in Kenya

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Debbie Hollingsworth writes about volunteering at Compassion CBO in Kenya

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Compassion for Joy

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Compassion CBO is based within a three mile radius of the Westgate Mall within Nairobi City and Evanson Njeru reports on the aftermath.

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‘Rite of Passage’

Almost all the 42 Kenyan tribes practice Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)

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Kenya’s capital city Nairobi has some of the most dense unsanitary and insecure slums in the world.
Almost half of the city’s population lives in over 100 slums and squatter settlements with in the city with little or inadequate access to safe water and sanitation.

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