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Seven Sunshine Action volunteers travelled to Nairobi Kenya providing food & essential materials to the following 16 groups/organizations, benefiting over 1,100 people directly:

- MUTEGO Women Group

- Muthure Group

- Kanyariri Group

- A.C.K. Gathiga HIV/AIDS self-help group

- Kabete C.B.O. from Nyathana Ward

- Cura Ward Group

- Missionaries of Charity, Huruma

- Missionaries of Charity, Kasarani

- Missionaries of Charity, Langata Otiende

- Missionaries of Charity Brothers Kibera

- Lillian Foundation orphanage

- Henry Wanyoike Foundation

- Vision Mother Group

- Gikambura Aged People

- Kiangotho Women Group

- Kiambaa Self Help Group


肯雅共和國(斯瓦希里語:Jamhuri ya Kenya,英語:Republic of Kenya)位於非洲東部,與埃塞俄比亞、索馬里、南蘇丹、坦桑尼亞、烏干達接壤。前英國殖民地,1963年12月12日從英國獨立。肯雅是東非共同體成員,東非共同體五國提出2015年合併成為統一的聯邦國家。該聯邦將擁有共同的憲法、總統、議會和貨幣。聯合國人居署(UNHABITAT)及聯合國環境署(UNEP)(聯合國環境規劃署)總部設置在肯雅首都Nairobi內羅比。


The official name of Kenyais the ‘Republic of Kenya’.

Kenya has been named after Mount Kenya, a very significant landmark in the country. English and Kiswahili are the official languages of Kenya. Apart from that, a number of indigenous languages are spoken here.

Majority of the people in Kenya are Protestants, followed by Roman Catholics, indigenous believers and Muslims.

The ethnic groups in Kenya include Kikuyu 25%, Luhya, Luo, Kalenjin, Kamba Kisii, Meru and other Africans and non-Africans.


Kenya follows the system of Parliamentary republic. Kenya gained independence from the United Kingdom in December 1963.

Kenya is the regional hub for trade and finance in East Africa. Kenyan railway system comprises of 2,085 km of one meter gauge single track.


The Great Rift Valley of Kenya was formed twenty million years ago, by splitting of the earth's crust. Professor Maathai, the Kenyan environmentalist, was the first African woman to win Nobel Peace Prize, in 2004.


Wangari Muta Maathai (1 April 1940 – 25 September 2011) was a Kenyan environmental and political activist. She was educated in the United States at Mount St. Scholastica (Benedictine College) and the University of Pittsburgh, as well as the University of Nairobi in Kenya.


In the 1970s, Maathai founded the Green Belt Movement, an environmental non-governmental organization focused on the planting of trees, environmental conservation, and women's rights. In 1986, she was awarded the Right Livelihood Award, and in 2004, she became the first African woman to receive the Nobel Peace Prize for "her contribution to sustainable development, democracy and peace"


Maathai was an elected member of Parliament and served as assistant minister for Environment and Natural Resources in the government of President Mwai Kibaki between January 2003 and November 2005. She was an Honorary Councillor of the World Future Council. In 2011, Maathai died of complications from ovarian cancer.

LILLIAN FOUNDATION - Orphanage in Nairobi - Kenya

Founded in 2010 by Ms. Lillian Ikuuro, a single mother of 2 children and together with another 3 single mothers: Serah, Magaret, Scolastica, they take care & give food to 40 orphans in 2 extremely small metal houses.




In cooperation with HENRY WANYOIKE FOUNDATION, we distributed Sunshine Action Food Blessing Bags to the following group:

"I have lost my sight but I haven't lost my vision"

Henry Wanyoike Foundation (HWF) is a registered organization by the government of Kenya through registry of societies, registration no. 24475 on 29th March 2005.


Henry Wanyoike Foundation is named after Henry Wanyoike the visually impaired (blind) athlete from Kenya. Wanyoike is a world record holder of the 5,000m at the Sydney Paralympics in 2000, a Gold in the 10,000m Paralympics of Athens 2004 and most recently a bronze in the 5000m Beijing Paralympics of 2008. Along side his partner, Joseph Kibunja... Sunshine Action works on the first program in Kikuyu area.


Besides his athletic career, Henry Wanyoike has always given something back to the community. He has participated in many charitable activities in Kenya particularly to assist the poor, persons with disabilities, orphans and other less privileged people.


He contributes through giving donations, participating in charitable events, initiating community service projects, partnering with other organizations.     

Each case received Blessing bags containining 12 kg of food products, including maize flour, wheat flour, rice & sugar.



- Ngure Mentally handicapped group

- Karai Pamoja HIV group

Many of these cases are HIV/AIDS mothers, some children are safe.


- Gikambura Gibra group

The parents of the young girl in the left died 2 weeks before our visit and she is both mentally & physically handicapped.



The prevalence rate is 6% and around 2 million people are living with HIV/aids, There are over 15 millions orphans. The most affected age group is 15 -35 years although the statistics are changing with  married or committed couples accounting to 44% of new infections .we have around 76,330  new infections rate...250 ,000 patients are on ARVs and around 300,000 who cannot afford or get them.


We conducted several home visits to the severely sick cases inside the village

- Thogoto Gibra group

- Kikuyu C.A.E. group

- Kikuyu Disable group

This group is mainly physically handicapped members, some are incapable to work anymore.


- Gitaru Muguga CBO group

- Kingeero HIV volunteer group

- Wangige STARS of HOPE group


After the food distribution, this group sang for us & we were all dancing!

- Ngure Primary School

Sunshine Action donated school bags specifically to orphan students

- Kahuho Primary School

Fund Raising Event 'Climb Mount Longonot 2010' for Kenya Society for the Blind


Kenya Society for the Blind (KSB) is a charitable organization established in 1956 by an Act of Parliament of Kenya. KSB is a National Organization charged with the responsibility of serving all citizens of Kenya who are visually impaired or are at a risk of going blind.


The Kenya Society for the Blind reaches out to visually impaired people in communities and helps to create a conducive environment for the empowerment of the visually impaired by promoting their welfare, training, education and employment, so that they may become self-sufficient and self-reliant.


Naomi, Joseph Kibunja, Henry Wanyoike & Alfred


Mount Longonot is a dormant stratovolcano located southeast of Lake Naivasha in the Great Rift Valley of Kenya, Africa. It is thought to have last erupted in the 1860s. Its name is derived from the Masai word oloonong'ot, meaning "mountains of many spurs" or "steep ridges".



The Masai Mara National Reserve (also spelled Maasai Mara, and known by the locals as 'the Mara') is a large game reserve in south-western Kenya, which cover the northern continuation of the Serengeti National Park game reserve in Tanzania.

Named after the Maasai people (the traditional inhabitants of the area) and their description of the area when looked at from a viewpoint - "Mara", which is Maa (Maasai language) for spotted: an apt description for the circles of trees, scrub, savannah and cloud shadows that mark the area.

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