Our speaker last Thursday was Joyce Tannian focusing on water projects in the Amboseli Region in Kenya. Joyce had one of the most astounding openings we have ever experienced. Formerly, a professional opera singer for many years in NYC until 911  changed the world, she sang the full first verse of  "How Great Thou Art"  in the Kenyan dialect of the Amboseli Region. Thank you for an amazing experience. 
Working Together for Change that Lasts
Founded in 2007 by Joyce Tannian of Newark, Delaware & Joseph Larasha of Kenya, Water is Life Kenya (WILK) is a IRS designated 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated empowering the Maasai people of Southern Kenya through providing access to clean water, improved resource management, & supporting the most vulnerable.
WILK’s success has come from the power of relationships.  Supported by our streamlined US team, our strong team in Kenya  has worked in partnership with local residents from the beginning, resulting in 25 clean water projects, 600 LAB graduates, & dozens of communities empowered throughout Kajiado County.
3 BIG THINGS WE DO - All driven by the need for water.
2.Livestock as a Business (LAB)
3.Beaded Handicrafts
For more information see the WILK website.