The solutions to human trafficking can be surprising. In a little town near the Kenya-Tanzania border, we spent a few days with our rescue partners who use clean water to fight trafficking. And it’s working.
About Clay Churchill
Clay is also known as MacGuyver as he always has what you need to fix most anything, anytime, anywhere. He has been married to his wife for 20 years and is a fun dad who loves to spend time with his three teenagers. After taking his family on a trip to Kenya, it changed the way they saw things. While Clay works full time as a project manager for LexisNexis, he comes alive on the ground in Kenya and is an integral part of Just One. Among many other things, he overseas Just One Africa operations, directs trips, and continues to grow our on the ground partnerships. He loves the people of Kenya, and is passionate about helping to provide clean water and caring for the orphans and vulnerable children. Clay loves adventure, especially with his family, and is always ready for an exciting new experience.
Entries by Clay Churchill
We had an incredible summer filled with new opportunities, exciting adventures, old and new friends, and life-changing experiences. The summer Kenya Experience Trip was a team of 16 strong, and each person came ready to serve, love, and learn.
We need YOUR support for these projects to become a reality and for the hard work of our partners to keep moving them in the right direction of sustainability.
I had the most wonderful opportunity to work with the directors of Just One Africa, Clay and Amy Churchill on their most recent trip to Kenya. What they do is so much more than giving clean water.
I am so grateful for the experience I had with Just One Africa in Kenya last month. My wife and I led a group from our church to join Just One for two weeks in Kenya.
Trying to explain my love for Kenya now is like trying to explain why there are stars in the sky. It’s near impossible to explain my sheer love for the country that I was not born in…though there are many days I wish I was. I love the people, the culture, and it is just […]
The Basics of Saying Hello in Swahili Besides the standard habari or jambo, I will teach you how to say even ‘good morning’ in Swahili (or good afternoon/evening) plus some other cool stuff that you can use while interacting with fun-loving youthful peers.
As we mark the International World Water Day, we feature a stakeholder in the water and sanitation sector. In an exclusive interview with African Harvesters, Amy Churchill, the co-founder of Just One Africa, explains Water-related issues in Africa and solutions to the UN Sustainability Goal #6 “Ensure access to water and sanitation for all.”
“Sometimes something touches your heart so deeply that “doing nothing” isn’t an option anymore. You become determined to make a change rather than coming up with excuses of why you can’t. Not because the fear stops lurking, but because the desire to do something is now greater.” Bethany Haley Williams, Ph.D.
Packing up 200 five-gallon buckets, 100 water filters, and our US and Kenyan teams, we departed for the small, rural village of Asembo, located in Siaya County. An excited crowd, 150 strong, anxiously awaited our arrival.