One of the important programs that our partners have been building is focused on trauma therapy and counseling for the children rescued from early marriage, FGM, trafficking, and abuse.
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
Roughly 7,000 acres in size, Sidai Oleng is one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen. The various landscapes in this wildlife sanctuary allow for a wide variety of habitats, and each landscape has its own unique feel.
World Water Day is held annually on 22 March as a means of focusing attention on the importance of freshwater and advocating for the sustainable management of freshwater resources.
DID YOU KNOW… UNICEF has reported that “2.1 Billion people have no safe drinking water” and that “4.4 Billion people lack properly managed sanitation”.
This past year was an incredible year of growth and impact for Just One Africa and our partners in Kenya. Thousands of lives were changed and impacted because YOU chose to say YES
Jackeline is a lot like the teenagers that might be in your house… But hiding behind her smile and young age is wisdom and a story that no one should ever have to go through…but there is also hope.
So much is possible when we choose to invest in the life of another person. We believe that each child is important and has value. What if you could change the story of just one child?
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.
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.