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Josephine Rotiken

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Josephine Rotiken is a student that OFDC sponsored in secondary education. She has accomplished many things and has overcome many obstacles. She truly is an inspiration to all, especially young girls who may share a similar story. OFDC is honored to be involved in this amazing woman’s life. Here is an account of Josephine’s life […]

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Small Business Skills Training For Women’s Group

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Project Status: Completed Funds Provided By OFDC: $693 Funds Provided By The Local Community: $200 Total Attendance: 100 Women 4 women’s groups with 25 individuals each attended a small business training seminar on April 25th. This seminar was geared towards the utilization of local resources. This included mobilization, management, and marketing resources to best fit their needs. […]

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Congratulations Alice!

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OFDC would like to congratulate Alice Chege on her upcoming graduation from Maasai Mara University in Narok, Kenya.  Due to the generous support of our donors, OFDC was able to sponsor Alice throughout college, with her family giving what they could to help cover living expenses.  While OFDC generally sponsors primary school students, Alice has always been such […]

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Rafea: Solar Mama

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As the thermostat begins to dip below freezing for many of you, be on the lookout for the award winning documentary, Rafea: Solar Mama, to warm you up this winter. Solar Mama focuses on an inspiring young woman from Jordan who, against her husband’s wishes, was trained to make solar panels, which with the help […]

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2011 Snapshot Of Your Donation At Work

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We are excited to share below with you some images of 2012 projects that were funded by your donation. A new water tank at Nkinye Primary School.  As you can see below, these children are very excited about having clean, easily accessible water. OFDC pays a women’s co-op to sew our school uniforms.  Not only […]

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Kenya Trip 2009: Part Two

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Koiyaki Guiding School GPS: 1 degree South, 24.426 and 35 degrees East 20.532 After a long and bumpy ride from Narok into the Mara, we met up with Simon and Agnes Nkoitoi and journeyed to the Koiyaki Guiding School. We spent a few days visiting with Maasai students studying to become safari guides, learning more […]