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84 Payson Road Brooks ME 04921 USA
Encourage self-sufficiency nationally and internationally
Artisan support: purchased inventory from no less than 25 different african artisans and 2 different peruvian artists, assisting them to support themselves. Managed a small retail shop, sold african artwork, peruvian artwork in the shop, at fairs and over the internet.
construction of a secondary school to open in 2015. Site selection and intial construction began in 2014. The site selected was that of the prior girls rescue center which will operate as a rescue center and girls dormitory.
camp forest: provided day camp and week long expeditions for children during summer months. The children were taught wilderness and survival skills from kenya, peru and north america,thereby increasing their self-sufficiency through educational and cultural awareness.
special children (i. E. Street children fund): managed an orphanage containing 16 child beds in kenya. Developed the one acre of land to hold visitors, chickens, goats, and gardening. Provided education for the children in school and through example using alternative energy and self sustaining practices at the home. Provided assistance in the form of school fees, uniforms, school and household supplies to 24 different children. Administred a small feeding program.
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