It is evident, Our rafiki Club is growing and extending her boundaries. We have in the last few days had postings about the up coming Rafiki Tour and work Camp as well as the need to have Rafikis being volunteers in the empowerment of women and girls in rural Africa.
Project Africa has attracted several Friends as Rafikis, volunteers/interns and development mentors and partners. For this reason, I have created a new social network www.friendsofprojectafrica.ning.com to gather all of us so that we can share about issues that will make us be friends with an impact.
On This network we can share on life in the villages of Africa from a volunteer/intern perspective, travel, working on the empowerment projects, the rafiki programs etc
Currently Project Africa has five international volunteers on the ground. I have invited them to be a part of the Friends of Project Africa social network and blog on their life while on the mision field. I believe this will give others who are preparing to travel to Kenya a perspective of how it is on the ground. may be also on security issues, visa travel etc that we can learn from their experiences.
Kindly join friendsofprojectafrica.ning.com