Recently, a PH team delivered brand new desks to the special needs school on Rusinga Island, Kenya. They are adjustable and have a special locker for students to put their belongings in. Thanks to two of our amazing PH volunteers (Bre and Amanda), the dream became a reality!
Teaching exercise and health: having a good life with limited resources. This was the theme of PH Staff Member JoAnn Ireland’s time with 500 children on Rusinga Island.
Educational development and incentive for learning are two priorities in education that PH focuses on.
Traditions. Culture. Preserving tribal art. Project Humanity is committed to helping youth discover and practice tribal dance and traditional musical expression to preserve their past.
In this video, local high school students present a dance they prepared for competition — and PH’s public relations coordinator, Kirsten Evans, is pulled on stage to participate.
Who’s going to take over the world? Today’s youth! We asked Youth on Rusinga Island, Kenya to tell us what they want to be “when they grow up.” The answers will touch your heart!
Children love adventure and playtime. It helps children develop and encourages imagination and creativity.
Making a difference in someone’s life doesn’t have to be complicated. Spending a few minutes with a child laughing and opening doors to adventure can mean so much to a child. It just might remind you what life is all about as well.
Life in rural Western Kenya is tough. It’s even more challenging if you struggle with a learning or physical disabilities.
Project Humanity tackles the most difficult challenges head-on. We see problems as opportunities to join hands, link arms and dig our heels in the ground and make a difference. We have teams partnering with the Nyamuga Special School on the Island to bring some needed repairs, painting and mentoring of the children.