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Instead of writing a support letter, we are more inclined to create a Facebook page or we would rather forward an email or a website to a friend rather than sit and talk with them about who we are and what we are doing.  We understand.

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Just One AfricaSunday, June 17th, 2018 at 11:10am

Last but certainly not least, this precious girl had a birthday last week and we celebrated with singing and of course cupcakes! Thankful to be here to share the love and pour life into those at Hope Beyond Transitional Center. #beoneforsomeone #bethechange #lovedoes

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Just One AfricaSunday, June 17th, 2018 at 11:06am

This morning started before the sun was up as there was a train to catch. So very thankful for Harry who functions in multiple administrative roles at Royal Kids Academy and is passionate about seeing the student's lives in Mikindani changed. He made sure I made it to the train station on time and walked me through the steps making sure I made it to the platform before he left, such a blessing!

A short 4ish hours later I arrived in Emali where our partners picked me up and an hour car ride later we arrived in Kimana. We talked and planned over a late lunch this week's plan, which includes a water filter distribution of 150 tomorrow in a very rural Masai community greatly struggling with access to safe, clean water.

Later this week our amazing intern Annie arrives to stay for a month learning from the work being done at Hope Beyond Transitional Center. Oh and there might be an appearance by some highly anticipated dairy cows! There is still allot ahead and we don't want you to miss it!

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Just One AfricaSaturday, June 16th, 2018 at 2:39pm

After a busy world changing day, we took a short drive heading even further east until we could go no more. A trip to the eastern side of Kenya wouldn't be complete without seeing the gorgeous Indian Ocean.

What a beauty this county is, so thankful for a few minutes to breathe in the warm, salty air and process the last few days before getting on the train to head back to Kimana to work with our partners. Wake up call is bright and super early tomorrow morning. Lala salama!

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Just One AfricaSaturday, June 16th, 2018 at 2:28pm

Great days filled with health and hope are ahead for Royal Kids Academy! Big thanks to e3Kids International and Royal Kids Academy for hosting us and working together to see more consistent access to safe, clean water become a reality for this school community!

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Just One AfricaSaturday, June 16th, 2018 at 2:24pm

The teachers then formed the data collection team carefully recording each filter recipient's information. A baseline to track the impact is important so there can be follow up after they start using the life changing water filters.

For the team's first time training and facilitating each part of the filter distribution they did awesome! They will continue to work out the kinks, identify roles, and learn better communication with each following distribution.

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