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Sorris Sorris Primary School

The aim of this school project in Sorris Sorris, was to address the desperate state of the four hostel buildings into which the 205 pupils were crammed

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Watamu SDA School

In September 2006, a group of 19 Irish volunteers travelled to Watamu, Kenya to renovate the Infant School at the SDA Primary School.

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Patiseng Primary School

The Patiseng Primary School in Lesotho is situated in the north of the country in the Butha-Buthe district in the Kota Valley.

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Galana Secondary School

Following the tremendous success of the 2013 to 2015 projects in Galana the Board of Friends From Ireland decided to look at the possibility of building a Secondary School.

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Watamu Marine Association

The Watamu Marine Association (W.M.A.) was formed in September 2007 after a workshop brought marine stakeholders together to address conflicts and develop working partnerships.

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Mwangea Water Project

Mwangea Primary School is located roughly halfway between the Kenya Coast and Tsavo East National Park, near the top of a range of low hills. The rainfall in 2009 was negligible.

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Gede Library

The Jason Westwood Foundation Trust was founded by Aileen and Derek Westwood following the unexpected death of their son Jason who was aged just 27 when he died in 1999. Jay’s Community Library was set up in a deprived rural area of Watamu, Kenya, and housed at Gede.

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Galana School Renovation Project

The Galana School complex is situated at the Agricultural Development Corporation (ADC) Headquarters adjacent to Tsavo East National Park and the Galana Conservancy in Kenya.

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Galana Amani Women’s Group

The Galana Amani Women’s group are a group of women from the Galana area who have come together to continue their education and learn new skills with the support of Friends From Ireland.

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Ganda Clinic

In May 2008 Friends From Ireland received a request for help from the Ganda Community Dispensary near Malindi in Kenya. The Dispensary had no electricity and we were asked if we could assist.

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