PUP Abroad: The Maasai

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HELP THE MAASAI

URGENT HELP NEEDED

Droughts that have been affecting parts of Kenya have created a water scarcity. The droughts have been a huge problem for the Maasai community we help. There is not enough water to go around.

 

They have lost many cattle and other livestock to the drought, there is not enough water for the produce, they and are in desperate need of food for the children in their school. They also are experiencing a food shortage within their communitry, people are starving. There is not enough food for the people or the animals.

 

Chief Joseph can secure food for 2 months for his village and the school he has built for $500. He has asked us for help.

 

Chief Joseph Ole Tipanko leads a tribe of over 5000 people. Joseph is the president of the MAGSA-OUTREACH which draws its members from Ntashat, an area with economic and social problems some 40 km outside of Nairobi.


We are currently working with the Maasai through the MAGSA-Outreach program. The tribe of the Maasai  we assist is looking to improve their resources to care for their domesticated animals.


He believes that animals provide so much to his people and they should be treated with respect and love. They do not have proper access to veterinary care, which causes illness amongst their animals AND their tribal members.The current drought has made their situation even more difficult.

 

Please help us help them.

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To donate to our every day work with the Maasai use the link below:

HELP THE MAASAI

We are currently working with the Maasai through the MAGSA-Outreach program. A tribe of the Maasai is looking to improve their resources to care for their domesticated animals.

 

Chief Joseph Ole Tipanko leads a tribe of over 5000 people. Joseph is the president of the MAGSA-OUTREACH which draws its members from Ntashat, an area with economic and social problems some 40 km outside of Nairobi.

 

He believes that animals provide so much to his people and they should be treated with respect and love. They do not have proper access to veterinary care, which causes illness amongst their animals AND their tribal members.

 

Our goal is to help them set up a solid system of consistent care and the skills to train their domesticated dogs to do more for the community.

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