Project Harambee was honored to be invited to include a chapter in the newly published book  "Why Global Health Matters" edited by Dr. Chris Stout.  Our chapter describes the PLANT A SEED, GROW A DOC program and relates stories and successes of our graduates and students.

As always, we are so very grateful to our donors and supporters.  None of this would be possible without your ongoing help.

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The best Mother's Day gift: One that keeps on giving!


ALL moms are special; every mother knows that the secret of life is to make things grow. We hope you'll help us make Mother's Day a memorable event for those far away in Africa who have so little, yet deserve as much as moms everywhere. Give a gift to them in honor of your favorite mother.
Show-stopping alternative gifts for someone who has everything!

With a hand-made gift card for you to send.

April in Africa, 2016

We arrived safe & sound, but of course weary from our long journey to Nairobi from Chicago.  But our suitcases are packed with donated meds (THANKS, McGleams!), shoes for children (THANKS, Katie Kralik!), brown dolls (THANKS Deltas & others, especially Kaye Lewellyn & SISTERS in Glendale AZ!), and much appreciated First Communion dresses (THANKS Mary Walsh & others!).

I'll post photos of our work, but it might be easier to see them on our Facebook page:  Project Harambee, NFP (we're the one with our logo of the African mother & baby).

Alternative Gift Cards

Easter, Mother's Day, Father's's always a good time to send a gift card to that special person who already has everything. 

You can donate, in their name, for a family in Africa to receive goats, pigs, chickens, solar lanterns, etc.  A very special gift can be made to the "Grow-a-Doc" program, which supports qualified students from under-priviledged communities in their medical training to help build the badly needed capacity for health care in their communities.


2013 has been an exciting year!  To read about it, click here.

And there is more!   In Dec we returned to Kenya to celebrate the graduation of our first Grow A Doc student, Antony Otieno.  Click here to learn more about his graduation and other activities.