Pokot Mission Diary

Baby Plimo and Theopilas Nakapel

Please accept my warm thanks to the parish for your continuing and generous support for the work of his Mission.  The generosity of the kind people in the parish makes our lives so much easier. The baby Plimo whose operation[...]

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34 candidates for the Kenya certificate of secondary education

It is very hot and dry here at the moment but I am feeling very well.  The school now has 177 pupils and progress is good.  This is the first year to have our Form IV sit the national exam[...]

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Praise for multi-ethnic education

Fr David Conway has sent me a copy of an article from a local paper which praises the school for its multi-ethnic policy of educating the children of the different tribes which sadly are often engaged in inter-tribal fighting resulting[...]

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Baby Plimo

I am delighted to tell you that baby Plimo, the child of Jerop, who had the massive growth on his skull is doing well after his operation in Nairobi where the growth was removed.  The operation cost in the region[...]

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cholera-like illness

A cholera-like illness has left over 30 people dead in the area and 50 seriously ill in the District hospital.  The authorities expect the death toll to rise when they find out what has happened in isolated homes in the[...]

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Milestone for the East Pokot Medical Project

I was delighted to learn from Eugene’s email that a further £1,700 was on its way.  Wonderful news which has really come at the right time as I need to buy books for Form lV, the final year in the[...]

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Help for those needing medical treatment

Greetings to all in Cranleigh and Bramley Parish and a very big thank you for the £1,500 you sent me recently.  I got 171,500 Kenyan Shillings for that, not the best rate but not too bad. I used KShs 50,000[...]

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A new herd of camels

Greetings to all in Cranleigh and Bramley parish.  Many thanks for your wonderful recent donation of £1,820.  Kenya has gone through a very difficult time but hopefully there will now be lasting peace. We have been finding it difficult to[...]

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News from the East Pokot Mission

Greetings from East Pokot.  I hope you all are well.  Life here is difficult at the moment. Due to the long drought we are going through a serious time of hunger in the communities we serve.  The drought and the[...]

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