Nyaka AIDS Orphans Project and The Price of Stones and the story behind it in the book The Price of Stones: Building a School for My Village
"... Mirroring the work of Greg Mortenson (Three Cups of Tea, 2009), Kaguri gradually expands his goals, adding not only classrooms but also water and nutrition programs, community gardens, teachers’ workshops, and eventually a second school in a neighboring village. His story is an uplifting testament to the belief that one motivated individual can accomplish much, even when others have given up before even trying." --Deborah DonovanI know we have our own share of problems here in the U.S.A., but at least teach our children about how other people have to struggle for basic necessities. Tell them about children whose parents have died and now have no one to care for them, have no shelter, no food, no healthcare and no access to education. It doesn't happen in just Africa, but in many parts of the world. Here in the U.S.A., we have our own population of the homeless, but our homeless have a better chance of finding access to food, shelter (temporary) and education.
This book is a story of one person's actions to remedy the situation in his own "neck of the woods."