Development Assistance for Rural Education

supporting community education among pastoralist groups in northern Kenya

Olng’arua School News

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After the rain

The rains have wreaked havoc across East Africa. Our part of northern Kenya is no exception, however, here at least it seems that the rains are now abating. The ‘long rains’ are normally not that long for us, the forecast and the weather signs seem to indicate that they are now coming to an end. …

Olng’arua Photo Journal

  • Members of the Squirrel Group at milk break

    Members of the Squirrel Group at milk break

    Squirrels gathering for a cup of uji and a chin-wag.

  • Team work

    Team work

    Charly, often the instigator of interesting activities when he visits the school, had the children using team work to guide each other blindfolded through a maze of string.

  • Making like a wind turbine

    Making like a wind turbine

    Some of the Olng’arua kids investigating the largest wind farm in Africa.

  • Lions getting busy in the kitchen

    Lions getting busy in the kitchen

    Members of the Lion group are getting ready to chop a school’s worth of carrots, and probably onions, potatoes, tomatoes, cabbage….

  • Squirrels who lunch

    Squirrels who lunch

    The squirrel tables are always the most gossipy of all the lunch tables, what they lack in size the squirrels make up for in laughter and energy.

  • Tanisi

    Tanisi