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April 29, 2018

Just a pair of shorts! We are told to dream, told to strike out of our comfort zones, to make a difference! What is missing is how difficult this can be.

The dream of KITA was so big, so paralyzing and so fraught with hazards: finances, Boko Haram, poverty, naivety, i...

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April 29, 2018

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July 19, 2019

Hard to believe...we did it!! Year 1 for KITA will be in the books in less than a week! What a year it's been. What a tremendous journey. Thank you to all those that supported us in prayer, thoughts, and the pocket book. 

My staff in Nigeria has been tremendous; this wa...

May 2, 2019

We continue to meet our challenges.  The walls for our kitchen have been completed, the ground needs to be filled and raised to a level where cement can be poured and smoothed over. Then (hoping and praying) for the funds necessary to do the roofing; all before the rai...

April 12, 2019

This is going to be a long one! Over the past few years I have posted bits and pieces about our “KITA journey”. I want to take a moment now to get more in-depth and share some of our successes, challenges, and lessons we’ve learned along the way. 

We officially ope...

May 12, 2018

I want to encourage any serious Nigerian Farmer to attend this event. Those truly interested in growing nutrient rich food for their family & community! You can only be as healthy as the nutrition you put into this incredible body designed for strength & health! 

May 2, 2018

The process of identifying our first set of students for the fall has begun. Under the supervision of Joseph John Dawah the 2 day soccer tryout consisted of 150 young and hopeful 11 to 13 year olds showing up! 

After the tryout there are 50 being called back f...

April 29, 2018