Kenyan aid project will ‘change lives’
Provider of compliance, technical, and safety training, Develop Training, is embarking on a project that it says will help change the lives of communities in remote and impoverished areas of Nakuru in Kenya.
Partnering with Derby County Community Trust, it will be sending three employees to Nakuru next month to develop utility systems that will help improve the lives of the communities and their children through the installation of systems that deliver clean water and sanitation. Michele Clark, Daryll Garavan, and Danny Connor, will also be offering training to the community, ‘to empower and enable them to maintain and sustain the equipment and systems independently for decades to come’.
Daryll Garavan, Operational Training manager at Develop Training, said: “The Kenya Project is a life-changing initiative that will help improve the quality of living for those in the poorest communities on our planet. With some schools having thousands of pupils, and only a handful of toilets, no sewage systems, and no sanitary support for young girls, it is an honour to be able to work on making a difference within these communities and providing a life-long legacy.”
Develop Training has held a series of fundraising events over the past few months to raise funds for the cause. To donate, visit the JustGiving page to contribute towards purchasing essential supplies and equipment for the Nakuru community, at: www.justgiving.com/fundraising/develop-training-rams-in-kenya