'A better society for all'
Suluhisho is the Swahili word for 'solution'. They aim to provide Kenyan communities with the means to recognise and achieve their potential for self-sustainability.
Jacinta (originally from Australia) and Antipas have lived and worked with children from difficult backgrounds in both Kenya and Australia. They are passionate about creating stable and loving environments for children at risk of harm. In 2012, a generous supporter donated land in Kisumu to Suluhisho, so Jacinta and Antipas' family made the big move to Kenya. Funds raised by Climb for Kenya 2014 were used to build a school and develop agricultural programs on the new land.
In 2015, funds raised through our Everest base camp adventure will be used to grow and develop the school, increasing its size and capacity, and to continue the development of agricultural initiatives.
Be sure to check out their website for more information.