• Schoolkids water
  • Registration
  • waterstation
  • Sunenergy
  • Eyecontrol
  • De mamas.
  • Training.
  • Health Care Center
  • watertank
Oloonkolin Kenya Foundation aims to help the inhabitants of Oloonkolin to improve their living conditions. The next step is to set up a sustainable self-sufficient eye care system for 800,000 residents of Trans Mara Kenya. 
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Knowledge of sustainable development

The Maasai are perhaps the most well-known tribe in Africa. Traditionally, the Maasai were nomads who trekked through East Africa with their herds. They have been unable to continue their traditional lifestyle in recent decades. That is due to increasing land distribution as a result of which the Maasai can no longer move around unhindered.
Out of necessity, many Maasai have occupied settlements and villages in the Trans Mara region in the southwest of Kenya, amongst others. More then 700.000 Maasai live there.

Living in one place permanently is a completely different way of life compared to a nomadic existence. The Maasai are unfamiliar with the needs and requirements of living in permanent settlements. As a result, many of them live in dreadful conditions with a lack of drinking water and sanitation facilities,medical supply, hygiene problems and great poverty far below the poverty line We want to help the Maasai in this area adapt to their changing circumstances so that they can live a dignified life

Oloonkolin, a village with a population of about 7,000 residents, is one of the most impoverished settlements in Trans Mara. Our hope is that the proposed changes in Oloonkolin will spread across the rest of Trans Mara like wildfire. Oloonkolin is situated opposite the Maasai Mara National Reserve, one of the best-known nature reserves in Africa. Around 300,000 tourists, predominantly foreigners, visit the reserve every year. The luxury of this tourist attraction is in stark contrast to the poverty in Oloonkolin.

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oloonkolinFor the first time a medical team was in Oloonkolin. For registration and vaccination of schoolchildren and families.
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oloonkolinPart 2 of the wash project is completed with a party at the school.
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 Special thanks and respect go to our volunteers and the medical team who put their lives at risk for us in this corona crisis and take personal risks...
The EyeCare project is facing a new development. A new cooporation with the S.L.A.H. ngo, is starting this year.