The Walk Centre

2017

A momentous year for The Walk Centre. The Walk Centre received 69 volunteers to help with the construction work of the new primary school and teaching at the pre-primary school....

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2016

In 2016, construction work began on the primary school. It was proposed that the school would have ten classrooms, an office, a kitchen and toilet block and the capacity to...

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2015

Alex had always dreamt of setting up his own primary school in order to reduce costs and give his students the care and quality of teaching provided at The Walk...

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2014

By 2014, volunteers had helped to construct and renovate five classrooms at The Walk Centre, to educate students from Baby Class up to Standard One. The introduction of a Standard...

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2013

This was a progressive year for The Walk Centre and African Adventures sent 50 volunteers to help out with building and teaching at the school. By 2013, The Walk Centre...

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2009

Two years later, in 2009, African Adventures was born and the first group of volunteers travelled to volunteer in Nakuru and The Walk Centre, where they assisted with construction work...

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2007

In 2007, Dan Mew travelled to Kenya for the first time, where he volunteered for six weeks with a local, amateur football team. The team comprised of young men who...

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2006

The school soon grew to over 100 pupils and there was need to source a bigger plot of land to be able to accommodate the number of children. With help...

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2005

In 2005, Alex and Patricia Maina started The Walk Centre, after witnessing cases of extreme poverty in their local area. Before The Walk Centre was set up, many children worked...

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