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Reported by Jessica Sharples on 07th October 2016

A week in Kenya with Camps International

A week in Kenya with Camps International

Jessica travelled to Kenya as part of Camps International's UAE Family and Corporate trip in the summer of 2016. We touched down at Mombasa’s, Moi International Airport, after a smooth five-hour flight from Dubai. There we were greeted by the friendly staff of Camps International and, along with our luggage, we were loaded onto our minibus. Within the space of 20 minutes of being in Kenya, we already saw things that none of us had ever seen before. Driving through...

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Reported by Peter Kalenga Kai on 16th May 2016

Africa Project Blog (Sasenyi, Tsavo)-Sasenyi Classroom Construction

Africa Project Blog (Sasenyi, Tsavo)-Sasenyi Classroom Construction

'A Change is as good as a rest ' Said Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859-1930); One of the biggest commitment of Camps International is to institute positive change in Africa, particularly to the less fortunate communities by providing the suitable environment for pupil's learning; through improving of Educational infrastructures and facilities of schools that are settled in the remote areas  and that receive limited or none financial support from the respective government institution. The Sasenyi Primary School is Situated in...

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Reported by on 17th March 2016

Mt Kinabalu with Jonny Wilkinson and Carl Hayman

Mt Kinabalu with Jonny Wilkinson and Carl Hayman

It’s the sort of trip that friends hate you to go on.  Mine are already pretty tired of my Facebook posts as I work my way round our camps on my annual pilgrimage to spend time with our crews in various corners of the world, but this was my second climb with Jonny and every bit as good as the last, so here goes with another round of dodgy selfies. Every year we look for brilliant causes to which we...

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