Kenya Project Older Updates
1. Cultural Mentorship: The Kenya Project has a new mentor! Associate director of the Center of Global Studies, Ms. Asenath Dande, a native Kenyan herself and proficient in establishing cross-cultural dialogue, has agreed to be the Kolunje Water Supply Project's new international development mentor.
2. Search for a Second Technical Mentor:The team is currently searching for a second technical mentor for the travel team.
3. Renewed Corporate Sponsorship: The team has been working on its corporate sponsorship campaign to look for new funding opportunities.
The team had a discussion based reflection meeting assessing this year's successes and brainstorming ideas for next year.
In celebration of a successful implementation and completion of the post-implementation report, the Kenya Project went to the Chapati House. Congratulations everyone!
Rutgers has officially cleared the Kenya Team to travel in the future! The 526 for our post implementation will be submitted on April 18th. The deadline is fast approaching, so anyone responsible for a section of the 526 should complete it as soon as possible!
Rutgers has officially cleared the Kenya Team to travel in the future! Also, the 526 will be submitted on April 18th. Anyone responsible for a section of the 526 should complete it as soon as possible.
The Kenya Project is continuing to work on the 526 for their post implementation documentation.
The Kenya Project is continuing to work on the 526 for their post implementation documentation. Also, the Project leads for next year have been chosen! Thank you to everyone who applied!
The Kenya Project is continuing to work on the 526 for their post implementation documentation. Also, if you would like to nominate yourself or another member for Project Lead, please respond to the email that was sent regarding lead selections as soon as possible.
The EWB Kenya Project is in the process of writing the 526 for their post implementation documentation. Members continued to work in their groups from last week.
The EWB Kenya Project is currently writing the 526 for their post implementation documentation. Members broke into groups and were assigned a section of the report to write and edit with the travel team members' guidance.
[EWB Kenya Project is happy to welcome new members this semester! At the last project meeting, the implementation of a rain catchment system in the Kolunje community over winter break was explained and the experiences of the Travel Team were recounted. Information on the trip can be found at http://kolunjewater.blogspot.com/. The Kenya Project is currently reviewing their trip to Kenya. Further review along with required paperwork for post implementation will occur during the following meetings.