What "Tei wa Syana" meansThe library's name, "Tei wa Syana", was chosen by the group of women who are running the library project. They are members of the Kamba tribe and in their language, Kikamba, tei wa syana means compassion for the cry of the children. This group of mothers understands the challenges their children face and have compassion for them, and are taking action in response.
Registered Charity # 84603 8685 RR0001 Founders: Florence Mutua and Natalie Carter
Natalie Carter and Florence Mutua met in 2010 when Natalie was in Kenya working on a project. Together they decided to help the community by building a community library and construction started in June 2011.Florence Mutua- Co-founder and Kenyan Agent
Florence is a veterinarian and researcher living in Nairobi. She was born and raised in Kikule. She is proud to be part of the TWS team. She is enjoying working with the community which, in 1997, raised money to enable her to pay for her first semester at the University of Nairobi. This initiative is a way of saying "thank you" to the community for their support.
Natalie Carter- Cofounder and President Contact: Presentations
Donations by cheque can be made payable to Tei wa Syana Community Initiative. Please mail to P.O. Box 223, Bright's Grove, ON, N0N 1C0 or you can send an email money transfer to email@example.com or use your credit card through our PayPal Account by clicking this button:Please note we are a registered charity. Tax receipts will be provided.
Sponsor a high school student
In Kenya it costs just $150 per year to go to high school and $300 to go to vocational school to learn a trade. To learn more about this visit our sponsorship page or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Host a presentation
Our co-founder Natalie would be pleased to tell your group the story of Tei wa Syana. If interested please contact her at email@example.com.