LADIES IN ACTION has not been without ACTION during 2010

May 16, 2011 at 5:38 pm Leave a comment

2010 has certainly been full of very exciting events for us and between having two new grandchildren born in the space of one month in two different parts of Kenya, we have as you can imagine between very preoccupied – but that’s not to say there hasn’t been any ACTION in 2010! Lots of news to report on so here are just a few snippets…

Medical Camps

We held quite a few medical camps including:

  • Nyak Community on 15th May and 243 children and adults were treated.
  • 3th March at Morning Star Nursery School and about 250 children and adults were treated. Here they also received 100 trees  and 150 old ladies received food donation in form of maize meal.
  • 24th July 2010 at the Renja Primary School and 390 children and adults received medical treatment and medicines.  Thank you to Nishaben and Harleys for taking care of the medical camp and medicines,

A record total of 199 schools were visited and 29201 children were dewormed during this term of April to June 2010!

School Development

  • Nyakongo Primary School received 30 chairs for the library.  15 chairs paid by Klara Foundation and 15 were bought by the school.
  • Mercury primary school received 4 benches for the children to sit on, EMO received 5 benches and Forine received 4 benches.
  • Sianda Primary School received mugs and sufurias for the feeding program
  • Igunga Primary School  highly benefited with construction of a library. They also received 18 benches ( would accommodate 54 children ) and 350 trees.
  • Langi Primary School got their well completed , thanks to Sue Dean of Jesey. Langi also received 383 books for their library.

In addition, Ladies In Action received 42 bales of maize flour from Eldoret Grains Ltd which was distributed to Langi community, Igunga community and Sharifinas old ladies.


  • On 31st May we donated 300 trees to Renja Primary School.
  • Tuesday 10 and Wednesday 11th August  Tree planting at Nyakongo Primary School .and Langi Primary School  Kindly donated by Raj Sembi, daughter of Manjit and Lily Sembi of Ndugu Transport Ltd, Kisumu


They also gave milk and bread to 300 children at Nyakongo and 300 children at Langi.

Raj Sembi also distributed milk and bread at the Remand Home

Wednesday 12th August  Babu Pabari and Chotu Pabari distributed milk and bread to 300 children at the Hiraben Primary School  , they also gave maize milk , bread and cooking fat to 80 old ladies at the school kindly donated by Suresh Pabari.


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