This month see the start of an exciting new project for Patchworking Against Poverty, we are heading into primary schools to talk to the children about Kenya and how the children in Kenya live. The idea behind this project is to give the children an insight into poverty and how different life can be for some people, particularly the children living in poverty in Kenya.
The children will be shown photos and videos from our experiences to express the differences between the two countries. We will then run a competition between the children in each school, they will be asked to design a poster advertising the medical camp and the winner’s poster will be utilised in Kenya.
As a charity we feel that it is important for the next generation to be aware of what life is like in developing countries, see how much life differs to our own, and the ways in which we as individuals can make a difference.
If anyone would like anymore information please get in contact with us.