2013 June

Viewing posts from June, 2013

Reason to smile

We are currently involved in closing our financial year and reviewing projects done ahead of our annual general meeting. Looking over the last few years board minutes, expenses reports and drawing up the next 2 yrs budget, I am not only proud of this organization. We have seen a lot of kids go from primary [...]

Meet our volunteer of the Day!

Thousands of kids are home today for the second day running because of an ongoing national strike. Teachers in all public schools are on strike demanding the government honor pay increase that was promised in 1997. While many kids spent their day home, we enjoyed the company of a wonderful young man, Christopher (15yrs) who [...]

New Roads

What do Kenya’s new highways represent ? Why do we often refer to MKMF as a bridge for development rather than a solution?Find out what the CEO thinks from the latest blog posting on “New Road“.

Celebrating 10 Years

Over the next one month, we will be posting pictures and blogs from various participants who have benefited from MKMF’s work.  If you would like to share your thoughts and/or pictures; email us at info@mkmf.org  or simply post your comments on our blog postings.

Where have we been?

This year, we mark 10 years since Miriam Kanana Mubichi passed away.  MKMF having been established by the Mubichi family to honor the memory of their beloved Kanana has served the “least” in various Meru communities through improved school infrastructure, improved sanitation and access to books. Over the next one month, we will be posting [...]

New Road!

It has been almost 3 years since I left Kenya and driving back to Meru last week I was not only amazed by the highway I saw. When I left Kenya in Aug.2010 I left a dirt road filled with lots of construction trucks and people. Today, getting in and out of Nairobi is a [...]