A Cross Cultural Learning Experience

May 2, 2017 1:55 am Published by

Meet Joshua Namisi,

Form two (Grade 10) student at Shieywe Secondary School.


He is top in his class and he would like to be an engineer. He is the 3rd born in a family of five children. Both parents are peasant farmers and so cannot pay school fees. Here Joshua holds a valued gift from CES – a treated anti-malaria mosquito net as well as a health kit that contains soap, toothpaste, toothbrush and other personal items.


Meet Steven Hao,

A young Canadian living in Atlanta who loves to play hockey.


He has personally raised funds for 10 scholarships through the sale of Kenyan art. His parents are in the fields of ICT and Real Estate Development. Here Steven visits Notre Dame for a hockey tournament.



Both boys are writing to each other…a cross cultural learning experience. It’s what the world needs more of.

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