Tags: Sauri, Kenya
A Vital Link to Health Services in Sauri, Kenya
Community Health Workers take advantage of low and high-tech tools to provide a critical link between village residents and the local healthcare clinic.
By Claire Bulger
U.S. Media Editors Stop in Sauri on Kenya Tour
In June, a group of 12 senior editors and producers from U.S. media houses visited the Sauri Millennium Village in Western Kenya to witness firsthand development programs in Sub-Saharan Africa, with a focus on agriculture and food security.
By Joelle Bassoul Mojon
Juliana’s story: Gender equality and education opportunities in Sauri
Everything in her future looked bleak. Juliana Rabilo Adele, a young girl born in a family of eight in the poor rural Kenyan village of Sauri, had struggled to join a secondary school.
By Susan Karuti & Richard Ogeda
Kenyan Ministry of Education delegation impressed with Sauri’s school meals program
It is possible! That was the key message from Margaret Ndanyi, the Director of the school health, nutrition and meals Unit at the Kenya Ministry of Education, after touring schools in the Sauri Millennium Villages Project.
By Richard Ogeda
Breakthrough Village Results for Integrated Rural Needs
This week the New York Times profiled the early results of the Millennium Villages in Sauri, Kenya.
By John McArthur
Sauri farmers learn about new concepts in water and agriculture management
Fifty farmers, including 10 women, from Sauri Millennium Village, Western Kenya, were trained in July on new concepts in water and agriculture management by a team from the Arava Institute of Environmental Studies.
By Kenneth K’Awuor
Faith’s story of hope: Towards virtual elimination of mother to child transmission of HIV
It is 10:50 am on a cloudless August day in Western Kenya. The HIV and AIDS Counselor from Sauri Health Centre and I have taken the short drive to the home of Lilian Awino Adhiambo, a 32 year old mother of 6 children aged 9 months to 13 years.
By Philip Wambua
Strengthening links with the Kenya authorities: focus on health and nutrition
A look at health in Sauri, Kenya
By Margaret Wagah & Jackline Oluoch
Scholarships Brighten Future for Young Girls in Rural Kenya
Early pregnancy, school fees, family obligations are among the reasons girls don't go beyond primary schooling. Connect to Learn is helping girls get a secondary school education.
By Natalia Mroz
Comments on Wanjala and Muradian’s 'Big Push' Paper
Sauri was the first Millennium Village established in 2005-2006 in sub-Saharan Africa.
By Paul Pronyk
Aspen: Where Passing is Synonymous with Independence.
Jessica is the Team Leader for Sauri Millennium Village (Kenya). This is her first trip to the USA and she'll be blogging with us this week on the go from the USA Pro Cycling Challenge for Millennium Promise.
By Jessica Masira
Sauri Looks Back on Five Years of Success
Located in Western Kenya, Sauri was the first Millennium Village (MV) to see the light in 2005. Five years on, the project area has grown to nearly 70,000 people and has registered numerous successes in its multi-sectoral approach.
By Salome Munyendo
New Health and Community Facilities in Sauri
Members of the small community of Uranga, in Western Kenya, don’t have to walk long distances anymore to access healthcare. Now, they can visit St. Elizabeth Onding dispensary, which was inaugurated recently by local officials and the Sauri Millennium Village team.
By Salome Munyendo
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