“I cannot believe I’m almost done with this REACH internship,” said Olivia Millar, who served this summer with Missions of Hope International (MOHI) in Nairobi, Kenya. “I’ve experienced so many wonderful and shaping things and built some incredible relationships.”
When fourth-grader Midy Michelle, a student at Missions of Hope’s Baba Dogo school in Nairobi, Kenya, landed in Kenyatta Hospital with a broken leg, it was a given that members of the school staff would visit her. And REACH intern Olivia Millar, who’s serving with the school’s Community Health Evangelism program this summer, got to go along for the adventure.
A team of 11 REACH interns are serving with CMF’s partner, Missions of Hope International (MOHI), in Nairobi, Kenya, right now, and are feeling blessed, challenged, tired and exhilarated, all at the same time! Here are a few great stories from four teammates about their first weeks in Kenya.
If you were to visit the village of Kargi in Marsabit, the poorest county in all of Kenya, this is what you would find: water scarcity, food insecurity and extreme poverty.
A Turkana woman has completed the certification training to make Days for Girls menstrual hygiene kits in Nairobi, Kenya, and opened her own workshop in Napusimoru, according to CMF team member Caitlin Pitts.