Earnest Okello and I arrive at KYCTC and it takes another hour before the boys can gather for our first ICT CAT (continuous assessment test). The occassion is so special I have cycled 25 KM to witness it. After waking
Our REAM Program kicked off this week in earnest. We had missed going to prison and dearly missed meeting our exceptional young men. Our long absence was as a result of taking part in our maiden 500 KM bike ride
Lifesong Kenya’s programs and intervention is having remarkable impact on the lives of juvenile offenders. More boys are re-joining their families having hope, faith and confidence after going through our programs. This being so, we would like to encourage you
This is a continuation of How My Maiden Cycling Adventure Unfolded. For the next one week I will be sharing what happened during my maiden 500 KM bike ride to raise funds for my work with boys in juvenile prison.
Much as it is close to a month since the end of my maiden 500 KM cycling event, I am still drained. It is a mental, physical and – even – spiritual drain that I am unable to shake off.