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2010 Kenya Social Work Mission Trip

The week of May 17, a team of nine social work students and alumni and three faculty/staff persons traveled to Nairobi, Kenya, to see first-hand how social work skills can be applied to global problems such as poverty and children made vulnerable by AIDS and other diseases.

They visited Day Star University in Nairobi and the Kibera Transformation and Development Project in the Kibera Slum. They went to the Reynolds Ministry Center and Kay School in Kitale, and spent two days at the Seed of Hope orphanage, both partially funded by Buckner International.

Kenya Multimedia
On these pages you'll see photo slideshows, interviews with some of the students, and excerpts from student journals.

If you'd like to know more about the trip, please contact Dr. Jon Singletary, faculty sponsor of the trip.