In News
February 14, 2017
The International Peace Initiatives in Meru, Kenya, operates an orphanage for about forty-two children in Meru, called the Kithoka Amani Children's Home (KACH). Thanks to the generosity of IPI-U.S. board member Mike McClorey, the Home was able to take about half of the KACH children to visit a dental clinic. This dental clinic is run by the Presbyterian Church in Chogoria, which is about a ninety-minute drive from Meru going south along the main road to Nairobi on the east...
In News
February 14, 2017
Honorary Fellow Sharon Secor and Dr. William Hunter mentioned in INFORUM article by Tracy Briggs on February 11, 2017 Serving a purpose: Fargo woman enhances smiles in Kenya FARGO — If you go to Sharon Secor's home for a visit, she's bound to offer you a cup of coffee, a cookie and a virtual trip to Kenya. "That's from Kenya," she says, pointing to the top shelf of her bookcase and a figurine of two people dancing. "The scarf I'm...