Category Archives: Journey Outreach Kenya
A wonderful musical tribute to The Journey and Journey Outreach by the children of Hill Breeze Orphan Support School in Oyugis, Kenya. ENJOY!
Holistic Community Kenya, founded by Fazilah Bazari, aims to promote healthy living and thinking and offer alternative ways of looking at life’s situations. It promotes a supportive and inspirational community of spiritual, conscious minded, creative and visionary people who care … Continue reading
As part of the recently featured participation of a dedicated Journey Outreach Kenya Team at the Women’s Listening Event, the team also made great impact at Join me on the Bridge, an event facilitated across the globe. “The idea for … Continue reading
A team of dedicated Kenyan Journey Practitioners were recently invited to participate in and present a Journey workshop at the Women’s Listening Event. Writes event organizer Diana Kingham: “This event is different. It sets about exploring a different way of … Continue reading
A few photographic impressions of our work with Raganga New Vision Men’s HIV/AIDS Group in Mosocho, Kisii. Such humbleness, such openness, such eagerness to change whatever is left of their physical lives and that of their families and communities, to … Continue reading
Am so happy now with how this kids are growing with the tools of the journey. I work with them once a week and I love the way they keep themselves busy without involving themselves in unpleasing activities. They’ve learnt … Continue reading
The red soccer academy was formed in November 2009, in Dandora slum area in Nairobi Kenya. It comprises of under 10 and under 12 year old boys. Most of the kids in Dandora love sporting activities since they believe that … Continue reading
Far too tired to write a whole blog entry, but as always, a picture is worth a thousand words … Just click here to see those shining faces as the Bonge Primary School students emerge from their Journey process session!
With more than 12.000 visitors over the last 14 months, 600 photos uploaded, 60 entries written and 22 locations visited, this blog has become somewhat of a phenomenon on Globenotes http://- so much so that I have recently been contacted … Continue reading
On October 15th, as part of our current Journey Outreach work, we revisited Got Agulu Primary School in Konuong’a location, Rachuonyo District, where almost a year ago we had a grand reception and facilitated an introductory day workshop including all … Continue reading