Urgent Surgery Required
Robert Wafula runs an NGO that helps to reduce poverty in Kenya. Unfortunately, he has developed an Upper Respiratory Tract Infection (URTI) and requires surgery at the local hospital. The operation will cost $2,000 and we have only been able to raise $1,600 through the staff, families and community surrounding Wamulu International. Please donate so that Robert can get back to full health and continue his exceptional work in Kenya.
Robert founded Wamulu International in 1997 and has overseen Wamulu’s transition from a community-based organisation to a registered NGO in Kenya. He holds a Bachelors degree, a Diploma in Horticulture and Certificates in various aspects of development, including agriculture, HIV/AIDS, business development and marketing. He has over 15 years experience in project implementation, monitoring and evaluation and has extensive knowledge of issues in Western Kenya and works daily on creative solutions to these problems. Robert Wafula is the focal point between the organisation and its partners.
Wamulu has the vision of alleviating poverty and distress for those living in the Bungoma, Kakamega, Vihiga and Busia Counties in Kenya.
To achieve this vision, we seek to increase agriculture incomes, promote and harness the capacity of both individuals and groups to achieve sustainable development and attain better livelihoods through education, training and research. We undertake projects to empower those within the communities where we operate by providing support and resources to improve opportunities for locals.
Together with USAID, through their KHCP programme, we have an operational seed nursery that sells passionfruit, mango, pawpaw and avocado seeds to several counties in Western Kenya. We have reached 35,000 farmers through this facility.
Wamulu International is a Kenyan NGO operating in the Western Province of Kenya and is registered under the section 10 of the NGO Coordination Act (Registration Number: OP.218/051/2005/098/4049). You can visit our website at https://wamulu.org/.