Richard with the Samburu men before rounding up the cattle to move on
What a picture! and what a worthy cause. I was really touched by watching this program last night. My husband is from the Ivory Coast and grew up on a farm and said it was really tough as a child. I did wonder if there was something we could do and was happy to Google and see that you started a charity to help the Samburu get their own well.
I am making £50.00 tonight and £10.00 will go to your charity. Well done!
I hope one day to be able to visit your farm, as I am sure my husband would like to see something he has never seen before, mechanised milking!
Heather, as they say in Africa: “The man is the head but the woman is the neck”!x
Amazing programme, amazing people and great that you have started this website: do you have a total figure in mind as a goal? And if people want to do fundraising events to support this and raise cash, what’s the best way to get in touch?
We are currently considering the option of a reservoir and this would cost in the region of 30K. If you would like to get in touch please e mail me on firstname.lastname@example.org
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