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Interim Site Visit to Kilifi, Kenya Rotary Club of Kilifi (D-9200) November 18-23, 2010 <ul><li>MG 64162 </li></ul><ul><li>Project Approved: 29 October 2007 </li></ul><ul><li>Project Began: November 2007 </li></ul><ul><li>Projected Ending Date: November 2011 </li></ul><ul><li>Total Budget: $140,424 </li></ul><ul><li>International Partner: Rotary Club of Vinings (D-6900, USA) </li></ul><ul><li>Cadre Site Visitor: P/P Marilyn D. Farber, </li></ul><ul><li>Jerusalem, Israel (D-2490) </li></ul>
The Kilifi Rotary Club Kenya – November 18, 2010 Pres. Alex Maina P/ Alex with Dr. Benjamin Tsofa P/P Marilyn Farber- flag exchange R/ Charles Mbogo with gift from Israel Members of the club
Kibarani School for the Deaf School Mission Statement Marilyn Farber meets with Principal R/ Eric Muramba and R/ Jonathan Mativo Deaf students at school – they benefit from computers donated by Rotary in a previous grant
Kibarani School for the Deaf Students pose in front of map drawn by an American Peace Corps Volunteer that was assigned to the school R/ Metivo, School Principal R/ Muramba, P/P Marilyn Farber, and computer teacher
Bahari Girls Secondary School Rotary’s involvement: Computers donated to school in previous grant Bore hole (below) paid for by Rotary in previous grant Rotary Scholarships pay for 5 students at school Marilyn with R/ Johnathan Metivo, IT expert
Rotary/Kesho* Student Sponsorship Program, Kilifi Kenya Rotary currently sponsors 25 children with scholarships to cover tuition and living expenses at 2 National and 13 Provincial High Schools * Kesho means “tomorrow” in Swahili
Kesho Offices From l to r standing: Cofounder Kate Nokes, Project Coordinator McKinley Mutsembi, Asst. Coor. Beatrice, recent HS grad, R/ Alex Macharia (Dir, Comm. Service Projects) and Zena Salim, Chair of Kesho and Charter Member, Kilifi Rotary Club. Seated: Ambrose, HS grad helping scholarship students to learn how to use computer Resource center where scholarship students will study on school breaks
Deworming Project Visit to Kilifi District Hospital and the Kenyan Medical Research Institute (KEMRI) R/ Charles Mbogo (entomologist) in his office at KEMRI Kilifi District Hospital
Deworming Project/Kilifi District Hospital Rotarians Charles Mbogo, PhD and Benjamin Tsofa, DDS. Dr. Tsofa was the District Medical Officer for the Ministry of Health (MoH). He is currently the liaison with the MoH and the Kilifi Rotary Club Pediatric Department
Deworming Project/Kilifi District Hospital Mothers waiting in maternity ward District Medical Officer for the Ministry of Health—works closely with Rotarians
Kilifi District Hospital Sign on building housing malnourished children
Farewell Party Given by the Kilifi Rotary Club for Site Visitor P/PMarilyn Farber and her huspand P/P Mark Zober