H204K-Water for Kenya

Water is a basic survival need for all of mankind. In Kenya, we have a crisis on our hands, because clean water is scarce. The 410 Bridge is committed to working with our friends in Kenya to make clean, running water accessible…to turn what is now considered a

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The 410 Bridge at BigStuf in Daytona

What an incredible sight to see students and adults attempting to do what a Kenyan woman will do several times a day, carry a 45 pound container of water on their back.  People lined up to put themselves in the place of women who will walk several

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Our Education Strategy – Part 3 – Pre-primary Schools

I’ve been writing about our education strategy.  Here’s the third installment… Only a small percentage of kids attend pre-primary school (ages 4-6) in our communities.  Maybe 10%. The benefits for pre-primary schools are evident…  children are better prepared for primary school.  But costs, teachers, facilities, curriculum, etc.

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Baby Mugo Born in Kwambekenya!

In 2007 the number one priority for the community of Kwambekenya was a medical clinic.  The nearest hospital is ten kilometers (a little over 6 miles) away, and public transportation is limited, unreliable and unsafe.  The community told us stories of how children were being born on the side of the road because the mothers didn’t make

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