Entries by Clay Churchill

At the foot of the Mountain

The first stop for our team will be in Amboseli which is at the foot of Mt. Kilimanjaro. There we will partner with local leaders and teachers to provide strategic teacher training and fun and effective classroom strategies for more effective teaching. The Lenkai School that Just One Africa has partnered with in the past […]

Children can now go to school

This is a very rural Maasai community in Southern Kenya. Our local leaders John and Dorcus conducted a sanitation training as well as a water filter distribution. On our follow up trip in January I visited this community and walked to their water source, 1 mile away. Since they were still waiting for the rains […]

We are stronger together

Our hearts are deeply saddened and burdened for Kenya, a country and a people that we love. We stand with them in prayer and support during this time. We will not retreat in fear yet stand firm and continue to partner with local leaders who care for vulnerable children and those affected by the clean […]

Join us for GeneroCity Market

We are excited to announce that Just One Africa is partnering with a selection of other Atlanta-based nonprofits for an event called GeneroCity Market. Hosted by Canopy Life, a creative learning community with an academy in Kenya, the event will take place on Saturday, May 2. Located at 35 Old Canton Street, in the parking lots […]

Why?

Honest and reflective jet lagged post: Leaving Kenya and coming back to the states is always so hard and is full of internal conflict. Why am I here? Why are they there? Why are our situations not reversed? Why am I surrounded with excessive abundance? How can I work to bring more sustainable development and […]

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A Few of Our 2014 Projects

In 2014 we worked hard to provide sustainable solutions for our partners in Kenya.  Here are just a few of them: Just One: Africa raised funds to prepare the school building for electricity and then partnered with another organization to bring electricity to the orphanage and farm in Bondo.  We had Kenya Power wire the […]

It starts with Just One…

A mission trip (in March of 2012) to work at an orphanage in Kenya stirred the hearts of the Churchill (Clay, Amy and their children) and Wilde (Alastair & Geanna) families so much, they came back home and founded a charitable organization to continue and expand the work they had begun.  Just One Africa was […]