Shining Hope plans to embark on the following projects. All the Projects will complement each other. |
1. We seek to set up the first ever School/Village library fully equiped with text books computers,
and other learning materials
2. A Shelter and a Social
Hall for after school programs.
3. Provide entertainment though provision of assorted
sports equipment and social talks by role models in the society.
4. Provide opportunities for
exchange programs .
5. Provide internet connection to the outside world
6. Enable Poverty hit Rural Folks find better ways to market their Coffee and Tea directly to the buyers in the Western World thruough itilising the fari trade principles
7. Set up a clean and professionally managed village
clinic in this rural village to serve as a HIV Virus Testing Center
where rural forks from around the vicinity could walk in testing,
Christian- based counselling and medication.
8. Provide a responsible, competent, accountable and efficient channel
for the provision of the crucial life extending anti-retroviral
drugs from willing donors that are completely unaffordable and rare
to access in poverty struck Africa yet easily affordable and available
in the western world.
9. We welcome any other helpful project or idea from any willing
person from anywhere in the world that is viable and has the potential
to stem the spread of HIV Virus across Kenya and Africa in general
.We are very willing to partner with any organisation or individuals
in this global fight aganist AIDS.
We believe little by little, everyone's contribution will eventually
help turn the tide of death into a life saving and hope invigorating
Contact us with any Ideas.
Harrison Maina, president of
the Shining Hope Initiative,presents to a Lincoln school teacher
,a folder containing 30 letters from children of Iruri Primary school
in Kenya who are looking for penpals from Lincoln elementary school
.The letters, all written in English, describe the children's life
experiences as well as appreciations from the Principal of Iruri
Primary to the Principal of Lincoln School for the books donation
while requesting for more help to fix the problems depicted in the