Das Projekt Kamulu

In Kamulu, about 45 minutes by car from Nairobi, two temporary houses have now been built.

With the help of donations from the Am Dönberg parish in Wuppertal, we were able to set up solar power there for a refrigerator, lights and sockets.

Until the entire fountain is finished, we make do with purchased water for our daily needs.

The 145 m deep borehole is finished and sealed. At approx. 5 m high scaffolding with a water tank will then be erected here. This then provides a continuous, self-sufficient water supply.

The property is 1 hectare in size and was bought very cheaply in 2004. The company Impreglon Surface Technologie / Te Strake made the purchase possible with their donation.

For further planning, various buildings are planned to expand Vizazi’s work.

Residential buildings will then be built as an alternative to the house in Nairobi in order to save on rental costs.

We are currently in the process of further expanding parts of the property. The harvest is intended for personal use and sale on the market.

We also find the aspect of developing an opportunity for seniors to live together with young people to be interesting; a first aid station could also fit into the concept.

The next steps / sub-projects are here:

    • Completion of scaffolding and water tank
    • Build entrance gate (completed in 2020)
    • Plant hedge around the property (1600 hedge plants were planted in February 2020)
    • Build an additional toilet and shower (toilet and shower was completed in February 2020)
    • Concept development for residential buildings(in progress and expected to be ready in February 2024)
    • Concept development for farming