Category: How things work in Guinea

GKEF Students Helping Others

Several months ago, a few of the children in the Guinea Kids program had the opportunity to lend a helping hand to another non-profit organization doing work in Guinea. Woontanara Aid provides aid to many diverse people in Conakry, Guinea. Our students helped to build a sewing school building at the Home for People with Disabilities. The [...]

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A Visit To Guinea

I recently had the delightful and deeply moving experience of spending a month in Guinea staying in the neighborhood where the Guinea Kids students live. Many of these children I knew when I visited 3 years ago and was overjoyed to see them again grown that much bigger! Addams is the girl in the center [...]

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Back To School Preparations

The school year in Conakry, Guinea doesn’t start back up until October, but the Guinea Kids’ students began their summer tutoring this past week in order to begin gearing up for another year at the Nimba Elisa School. Tutoring in session. Most of our students are doing very well in school and passing onto the [...]

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GKEF: New and Improved!

Guinea Kids: We’re all about the learning! What a learning and growing process this has been for all of us involved. If there is one thing GKEF is committed to it is a quality education for all children and specifically for the students we support. And so, while recently visiting the children and their school, GKEF members [...]

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Updates from Guinea and GKEF Art Cards For Sale at FABRIC OF LIFE BOUTIQUE!

Hello Everyone! Happy Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day! I have been finding much inspiration in the words of this great man lately, and, so, I offer these: “This call for a worldwide fellowship that lifts neighborly concern beyond one’s tribe, race, class, and nation is in reality a call for an all-embracing and unconditional [...]

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