Broken sewing machine, chewing gum, & the Patron Saint of Practical Necessity

In July of 2005, a team of 3 friends brought donated sewing machines to our HARAMBEE groups in Kenya.  At Mukuru, we unpacked a machine and plugged it in.  Everyone was excited, as this would expand productivity to include many more items:  uniforms for local school children, Massai dolls, linings or woven purses.


This page shows how Harambee is helping control the spread of HIV through education initiatives.

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