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Young children in a rural Kenyan community thrive thanks to Loipi community learning centres that are culturally adapted to their needs.

Kenya

Samburu children near Maralal, (175 miles north of Nairobi), thrive thanks to “Loipi” community learning centres . The Loipi Project is part of Kenya’s nationwide Early Childhood Care and Education programme and is funded by the Christian Childrens’ Fund. There are 85 Loipi community learning centres in the Samburu district, and children from different communities gather at the closest one. Most materials used are locally made and produced and caregivers include mothers, grandmothers and other community members. Teacher with a toy made from bottle caps.

Kenya

Samburu children near Maralal, (175 miles north of Nairobi), thrive thanks to “Loipi” community learning centres . The Loipi Project is part of Kenya’s nationwide Early Childhood Care and Education programme and is funded by the Christian Childrens’ Fund. There are 85 Loipi community learning centres in the Samburu district, and children from different communities gather at the closest one. Most materials used are locally made and produced and caregivers include mothers, grandmothers and other community members. The kitchen.

Kenya

Samburu children near Maralal, (175 miles north of Nairobi), thrive thanks to “Loipi” community learning centres . The Loipi Project is part of Kenya’s nationwide Early Childhood Care and Education programme and is funded by the Christian Childrens’ Fund. There are 85 Loipi community learning centres in the Samburu district, and children from different communities gather at the closest one. Most materials used are locally made and produced and caregivers include mothers, grandmothers and other community members. Lining up for porridge.

Kenya

Samburu children near Maralal, (175 miles north of Nairobi), thrive thanks to “Loipi” community learning centres . The Loipi Project is part of Kenya’s nationwide Early Childhood Care and Education programme and is funded by the Christian Childrens’ Fund. There are 85 Loipi community learning centres in the Samburu district, and children from different communities gather at the closest one. Most materials used are locally made and produced and caregivers include mothers, grandmothers and other community members. Learning under a tree.

Kenya

Samburu children near Maralal, (175 miles north of Nairobi), thrive thanks to “Loipi” community learning centres . The Loipi Project is part of Kenya’s nationwide Early Childhood Care and Education programme and is funded by the Christian Childrens’ Fund. There are 85 Loipi community learning centres in the Samburu district, and children from different communities gather at the closest one. Most materials used are locally made and produced and caregivers include mothers, grandmothers and other community members. Donkey statue.

Kenya

Samburu children near Maralal, (175 miles north of Nairobi), thrive thanks to “Loipi” community learning centres . The Loipi Project is part of Kenya’s nationwide Early Childhood Care and Education programme and is funded by the Christian Childrens’ Fund. There are 85 Loipi community learning centres in the Samburu district, and children from different communities gather at the closest one. Most materials used are locally made and produced and caregivers include mothers, grandmothers and other community members. Play area

Kenya

Samburu children near Maralal, (175 miles north of Nairobi), thrive thanks to “Loipi” community learning centres . The Loipi Project is part of Kenya’s nationwide Early Childhood Care and Education programme and is funded by the Christian Childrens’ Fund. There are 85 Loipi community learning centres in the Samburu district, and children from different communities gather at the closest one. Most materials used are locally made and produced and caregivers include mothers, grandmothers and other community members. Learning under a tree.

Kenya

Samburu children near Maralal, (175 miles north of Nairobi), thrive thanks to “Loipi” community learning centres . The Loipi Project is part of Kenya’s nationwide Early Childhood Care and Education programme and is funded by the Christian Childrens’ Fund. There are 85 Loipi community learning centres in the Samburu district, and children from different communities gather at the closest one. Most materials used are locally made and produced and caregivers include mothers, grandmothers and other community members. Learning under a tree.

Kenya

Samburu children near Maralal, (175 miles north of Nairobi), thrive thanks to “Loipi” community learning centres . The Loipi Project is part of Kenya’s nationwide Early Childhood Care and Education programme and is funded by the Christian Childrens’ Fund. There are 85 Loipi community learning centres in the Samburu district, and children from different communities gather at the closest one. Most materials used are locally made and produced and caregivers include mothers, grandmothers and other community members. Kitchen area.

Kenya

Samburu children near Maralal, (175 miles north of Nairobi), thrive thanks to “Loipi” community learning centres . The Loipi Project is part of Kenya’s nationwide Early Childhood Care and Education programme and is funded by the Christian Childrens’ Fund. There are 85 Loipi community learning centres in the Samburu district, and children from different communities gather at the closest one. Most materials used are locally made and produced and caregivers include mothers, grandmothers and other community members.

Kenya

Samburu children near Maralal, (175 miles north of Nairobi), thrive thanks to “Loipi” community learning centres . The Loipi Project is part of Kenya’s nationwide Early Childhood Care and Education programme and is funded by the Christian Childrens’ Fund. There are 85 Loipi community learning centres in the Samburu district, and children from different communities gather at the closest one. Most materials used are locally made and produced and caregivers include mothers, grandmothers and other community members. A grandmother helping out.

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