Join us for this unique opportunity to accompany Global Angels Founder Molly Bedingfield to our Tsavo Project in Kenya. You will get a first hand view of one of the sustainable communities and life-changing initiatives we are developing. You’ll learn about our long term strategies and solutions to empower the local community in this model project.
You will be invited to help us work on developing long term rain water catchments and storage, building a small factory and mill, work in our shade houses and organic farm. You will visit the Tumaini women in their homes and work alongside them in the project.
One of your highlights will be to meet Mama Mercy, community leader and winner of the 2013 Global Angels Inspirational Angel Award. She is our Angel on the ground, nurturing leadership, community empowerment and small business development for large numbers of local women.
As you reflect around the campfire on the work you have been involved in during the day, you will be encouraged to bring your insights and ideas to the table. The whole experience also lends itself perfectly to transformational personal development.
What People Say
I challenge everyone else in the business world to experience this. It’s a life changing event for a good purpose.
Randy – CEO Toll Global Forwarding
An awesome experience and one that you can’t make up. This is real.
Everett – B&W Tec Inc.
Our Home Base
Our home base gives you the chance to experience life in the real African wilderness but in a protected secure compound surrounded by the picturesque Marungu Hills that lie close to the world famous Tsavo National Parks, this area is famed for its wildlife and providing a safe haven for elephants, lions, cheetahs and other amazing animals.
This is Africa and working closely to a community that is very disadvantaged. Each trip we choose to stay in a nearby lodge and safari campsite hat has a taste of safari and luxury in comparison to those around us but is suitably not lavish.
The lodge has 4 ensuite twin or double bedrooms. We also have two traditional bandas – each has two double or twin rooms with a shared bathroom.
We share the main lodge dining and lounge facilities and outside fireplace.
More Trip Info
Activities Include Some Of The Following:
making grow bags for our shade houses to grow vegetables
constructing a factory, mill, storage building, chicken sheds
Constructing a concrete water storage tank
Digging trenches or swales on the land to direct water flow
Building a road
Learning about sustainable nutritional horticulture and growing moringa or chia
Training young people in project management and office skills
Group sessions to discuss and brainstorm sustainable energy and water solutions
Early morning nature discovery walks with a guide
A Safari trip in the nearby national park
Day To Day Itinerary
(the order of these days is subject to change and there may also be other activities for people to take part in)
Please note that accommodation and food is at your own expense.