On January 17-24 Kewanna Bush International, a nondenominational Christian organization that serves those who are suffering from poverty and injustice, regardless of color, belief, or gender, traveled to Nairobi, Kenya to find out how the organization could help the poverty stricken natives. The journey encompassed finding some land to build an orphanage for the homeless children. A site was found for the orphanage. I was then taken to a village about 3 hours away from Nairobi called Kitise. The population of Kitise is about 2,000 people. The village had no electricity or running water. Kenya has thousands of villages like Kitise that are in the surrounding area. The village has one well that is about 20 miles away. The villagers have to walk or cycle to get to the well, because no one in the village owns a car. Most of the children that I saw were barefooted and dirty from the dust. It was a sad sight to see, yet they were smiling and waving. Simple things that we take for granted in the USA are like heaven on earth to the villagers. My plans still are to build an orphanage there, however,my immediate primary focus is to help is to dig wells, buy shoes, clothes and food for the villagers. I plan to go back to Kenya this June to do just that. If you would like to help me help the villagers please go to kewannabushintl.com and make a donation, every little bit helps. Thanks In Advance!