Kate’s Kenya Journal – Wake Up Call

wake up call Three words about our site visits to the five student businesses over the last two days.

Wow.

Wow.

Wow.

We got to visit:

?James’ bike rental and repair shop in Rhumuruti
?Joseph’s micro lending business, three barber shops and public service theater youth group in Maina
?Diana’s hair salon in Nyahururu Town
?Hilary and Susan’s used clothing store in Jambica
?Laban’s tool and die, cement pipe construction and rabbit farms on the outskirts of Nyahururu
Each business owner demonstrated passion for their work, a commitment to learn and a trust in our words. Such a great responsibility to provide good counsel and help them see the best path to take. They are each driven and with the new tools at hand they all have the potential to be highly successful. Getting a firsthand look at their businesses only increases the respect I have for them, the value I see that they bring to their communities and my commitment to help them succeed.

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