As we approach the end of 2023, people in the western region of Kenya, where WiRED International serves, face ongoing hunger as the regional drought and the war in Ukraine reduce the supply of food and spike its
WiRED International’s paraprofessional team of community health workers (CHWs) reported a busy month of providing basic health education services to the people of Kisumu, Kenya — despite civil unrest during tax hike protests, which caused
WiRED International’s Board of Directors and volunteers are deeply saddened to note the death of Robert Anthony Hodge, aged 87 on February 6, 2023.
Starvation continues to threaten millions in the Horn of Africa, including the people of western Kenya where WiRED International serves. One of the worst droughts in decades coupled with food supply chain
All of us at WiRED International would like to wish happy holidays to the many people who have contributed since we began our work 25 years ago
As we approach the holidays, people in the western region of Kenya, where WiRED International serves, continue to face hunger as the regional drought and the war in Ukraine make food more expensive. WiRED’s Sister Bernadette Sunshine-Mitzvah Fund
Exciting news! WiRED International staff and volunteers are working on a timeline covering all of our stories year by year since the first website postings in 1999. Each year’s timeline will show clickable stories, illustrated by
In May WiRED International asked for contributions to the Sister Bernadette Sunshine-Mitzvah Fund, and the response was heartening! WiRED wishes to thank everyone who was able to donate to the special fund that addresses a critical need. Your support will save many children and their families from hunger.
Donations to Combat Starvation among Families in Western Kenya. Hunger. Drought. Disease. Sadly, these are constants in the lives of people in the western region of Kenya where WiRED International provides health training programs.
Hunger is a constant in the lives of people in the western region of Kenya where WiRED provides health training programs. This year, food shortage is much worse than ever, as the most severe drought in 30 years has dried up crops