x
+
    • 400 MILLION SCHOOL DAYS

      Are lost each year due to poor sanitation.

    • MILLIONS OF
      CHILDREN

      Are saved
      by routine
      hand-
      washing
      with soap.

    • 2.6 BILLION
      PEOPLE

      Lack
      access
      to basic
      sanitation
      worldwide.

    • TOILETS SAVE

      More lives than
      any other
      invention.

    • OUR WORK

      Aims to deliver proper sanitation to schools in Kenya, enhancing health and enabling education.

Blog

  1. Sept. 16, 2013, 9:38 p.m. | By: cong | In: Announcements

    TACKLES FOR TOILETS - OCTOBER 4, 2013 - ROGERS CENTRE

    ...

    read more / Comments

  2. Aug. 18, 2013, 2:13 p.m. | By: cong | In: Announcements

    2nd Annual Toilet Run

    The 2nd annual Kids for Kenya Toilet Run is a 1K and 3K kids run that takes place in Churchill Park in Westdale. Last year, we raised over $3000 to help with sanitation efforts in Kenyan Primary Schools. Join us for another year of fun, food, and prizes, and come out to meet Olympic marathoner and W...

    read more / Comments

  3. Aug. 4, 2013, 7:56 p.m. | By: cong | In: Announcements

    Soup Day for Kids

    All of these photos are showing school kids having a "Soup Day" using the soup CCAAS delivered to each school during our May/June trip to Kenya. The soup was supplied by the Ontario Christian Gleaners...

    read more / Comments

  4. July 18, 2013, 3:46 p.m. | By: cong | In: Announcements

    A Day In The Life Of...

     ...

    read more / Comments

  5. July 2, 2013, 9:31 p.m. | By: john

    Uiguano Latrine Project 100% Complete!!!

    As of June 30th, the 25 new and renovated latrines at Uiguano Primary School in Ol Joro Orok Kenya are done!That means the 540 students will not need to worry that their school will close or that their education will be disrupted!     Check out the construction photos on this site....

    read more / Comments

  6. June 16, 2013, 3:22 p.m. | By: cong | In: Announcements

    Jambo from Ol Joro Orok

    Jambo All,...

    read more / Comments

Page 4 of 6: