Thanks to the service of a few kind-hearted people, strawberries have been brought to Kenya to aid an orphanage. Irish volunteers from Wexford brought strawberry plants to Kenya to fill a need and serve the community’s demand for the tasty berries they produce. The organization Humanitarian Volunteers worked at St. Paul’s Children Care Centre in Nairobi to develop the project, and, hopefully, create a sustainable system by which the orphanage can generate revenue from strawberry sales to feed the hungry children.
For the whole story, be sure to check out the original article, which appeared on the Corey Guardian News site. The full article can be found here: ‘Wexford’ strawberries being grown in Kenya!