The Blessing of One Faithful Family Sponsor

Meshack lost his wife during child birth and was left to care for six children. He had to send the newborn baby and Meldin, his seven year-old daughter, to live with a relative, because he could not afford to take care of them. For over two years, Meshack and his remaining children lived in a

Snapshots: George

This is a continuation of “Being a Friend to Kenya”, written by Jordan Bush, featured in the November 2012 issue of the Fine Living Lancaster magazine. View in the PDF version of the issue here.  You can find the article on page 142. George is a young boy in the seventh grade with four paternally orphaned brothers. He lost his

Snapshots: Meshack

This is a continuation of “Being a Friend to Kenya“, written by Jordan Bush, featured in the November 2012 issue of the Fine Living Lancaster magazine. View in the PDF version of the issue here.  You can find the article on page 142. Meshack is a single father of five living in Alendu. He once worked in the city of

Snapshots: Benta

This is a continuation of “Being a Friend to Kenya“, written by Jordan Bush, featured in the November 2012 issue of the Fine Living Lancaster magazine. View in the PDF version of the issue here.  You can find the article on page 142. Benta is a mother of nine children, a grandmother to four, and is the first wife of

Being a Friend to Kenya

Featured in the November 2012 issue of the Fine Living Lancaster magazine. View in the PDF version of the issue here.  You can find the article on page 142. Written and photographed by Jordan Bush of Jordan Bush Photography. Take a stroll through Lancaster Central Market on a Saturday morning. Weave through the communal hustle and

Snapshots: Evans

This is a continuation of “Being a Friend to Kenya”, written by Jordan Bush, featured in the November 2012 issue of the Fine Living Lancaster magazine. View in the PDF version of the issue here.  You can find the article on page 142. Fifteen years ago, Evans was living as a paternal orphan with his mother and younger brother Wycliff.

Intern Begins Composting Program

This spring, I was blessed with the opportunity to take a semester break from school to serve a 2 month term with Rafiki Africa Foundation in Alendu, Kenya. I was looking for a non-profit group to partner with in Africa. When I heard through a friend about the work Rafiki is doing in Alendu, I