Not only do the local villagers need access to clean water but so do their many livestock. Sabore’s Well installed connecting water trough’s at well site #1. The taller trough for the cows and sheep (even donkey’s), and the lower trough for the goats.
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We are pleased to let you know that Sabore is returning to the Bay Area on November 10th, 2015. He will be here until January 8th, 2016. If you are interested in having him speak to your school, club, business or friends about life as a Masai and the positive changes that you can help […]
Therese is going back to school in May to attend the Woman Leaders of the World (WLW). A leadership education program offered by Global Women’s Leadership Network. “Therese is concerned with the lack of early childhood education available to nursery and kindergarten-aged children. “My goal is to start schools on the land donated to each of Sabore’s […]
Here is a link to an article published by Dave Boyce on the Almanac on September 26, 2014 “Encounters with animals were common during his walks to and from school, he said. “When you’re walking, you find an elephant and you don’t want him to smell you, so you take a different direction,” he said. “In the […]
Here is a link to an article published on the Camas-Washougal Post Record on February 26, 2013 “We have been busy studying facts about Kenya and its culture,” said Haskin. “The students have been preparing for Sabore’s visit by learning about the animals, geography and customs of Kenya, as well as studying the Kiswahili language and creating mock passports. […]