Category Archive: Kenya

The Earlier, The Better

Last week I attended a Mentorship training hosted by KMET and Population Council. It was very rewarding and it has to be one of the most informative and interesting events I’ve witnessed during… Continue reading

Mentoring and Reproductive Training

I am so excited to be spending this week helping with and covering (for the marketing team) a mentorship training for young women aged between 20 and 35 who will be mentoring young… Continue reading

Fun At Kit Mikay (Best Trip So Far)

This past weekend has been the best weekend ever! We had so much fun at Kit Mikay, a historical rock formation in Kisumu, Kenya that is translated into the rock of God. The… Continue reading

Hiking, Chickens and Paperwork

06/07/2013 This past week has been a lot of office work since the quarter has just ended and reports must be submitted. Also, I have spent a great deal of time developing my… Continue reading

Finding a Silver Lining in Data Entry

The last two weeks have been dedicated to data entry for the Education Department and typing up reports for Madam Jenapehr. Fun! I must admit, at first I was a bit disappointed at… Continue reading

Finding a Silver Lining in Data Entry

The last two weeks have been dedicated to data entry for the Education Department and typing up reports for Madam Jenapehr. Fun! I must admit, at first I was a bit disappointed at… Continue reading

“Are you a Kenyan?”

“Are you a Kenyan?” “Sorry, I am not a Kenyan and I do not know how to speak Kiswahili.” ” Really? Are you sure?” “Yes, I’m sure.” Everyday at least one person ask… Continue reading

The Label versus the Level

In life, you truly get what you put into it.  As my time in Kisumu passes, I realize the attitude and initiative you have impact the experience you receive.  While I reflect on… Continue reading

Finding my Calling

Yesterday was, hands down, the best day I’ve had with KMET! I went in thinking that I’d spend the day at the KMET office for Haduma Poa Day (which happens a few times… Continue reading

Wait and Relax

My schedule on campus can be a bit hectic at times. Sometimes I cannot find enough personal time for myself because I have more important things to do. Being in Kenya has taught… Continue reading