What can I buy here?

Created: Thursday, 16 January 2020

cleanshelfIt is not always easy for Stargardtiens to recognize what a market woman or a shop offers. And the name of the shop doesn't sometimes help either.

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Newsletter 2, November 2019

Created: Thursday, 28 November 2019

And who is hugging me?

L’Arche Kenya is the second organisation I am working for, so this time I will tell a little what they are doing. In a nutshell, l’Arche Kenya follows three steps: relation, transformation and sign. By establishing meaningful and fully-fledged relations between people with and without intellectual disabilities, both transform each other in the way of living their lives. This serves as a sign to the society that each person has something to contribute regardless of her/his condition or abilities. This newsletter tells the story of one of these transformations. 

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Dinner preparations

Created: Saturday, 16 November 2019

messerOne year has passed and St. Martin CSA celebrates its name day - and its 20th anniversary. As always, all employees are involved in the preparations. I am assigned to the team that prepares the fundraising dinner of the evening. And we sharpen the knives.

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Art in Kenya

Created: Friday, 01 November 2019

art 1Something I start to miss is art. There are arts and crafts in Nyahruru, but I have not yet found my favourite, abstract and constructive art. An opportunity in Nairobi presented itself to fill this gap.

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Stargardt in Africa

Created: Friday, 04 October 2019

kenyaAnd how does my visual handicap cope with Africa? You can find more on this topic at www.stargardt.ch


Created: Tuesday, 01 October 2019

pre weddingLast Sunday I was invited to a pre-wedding-party. And no, that is not a bachelor party.

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Created: Tuesday, 17 September 2019

Thgolfcourte view of the gentlemen's restroom goes directly to the golf court of Nyahurru ...


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I was counted

Created: Friday, 04 October 2019

censusAt the end of August, weird numbers appeared over people's front doors. These were in conjunction with the census.

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