Who We Are

Inspired by the work of George Small, we are a small organization with no salaried employees. Virtually all of the money we raise goes to support education, health care and wild life conservation in Kenya.

By staying small we offer our students a great deal of personalized attention. We pay attention to their individual circumstances, their strengths and weaknesses, in order to help ensure their success.

And you don’t have to be big to have a big impact.

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Education

No other investment pays such dividends as investing in a child’s education.

In a developing country, education is the one sure ticket a child has to escape the grinding cycle of poverty.

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Healthcare

The Small Project supports the work of Communities Health Africa Trust.

CHAT focuses on the provision of reproductive healthcare and family planning to women living in remote rural areas of Kenya.

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Conservation

A living laboratory, Mpala Research Center is one of the most successful and important facilities of its kind in Africa. Hundreds of researchers from all over the world go there to study and learn how best to promote sustainable relationships between humans and wildlife.

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OUR BLOG

Stay up-to-date on all of our efforts in Kenya by visiting our blog.

We take frequent trips to Kenya every year, giving us a great opportunity to check-in with students and local residents to ensure we are helping to provide the services and opportunity that they truly need.

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Latest Posts

Canadian nurse, Gigi’s Experience

This March I set off to Kenya for a change of scenery and a clear mind.  I am a registered nurse working in a busy downtown emergency room in Toronto. Like many of my colleagues, I was feeling overworked, under-recognized, and on a straight track to burn out. I decided I needed some self-care and do something I always want to do: volunteer with an organization in Africa.

Camel Mobile Clinics

A Kenyan organization, Community Health Africa Trust’s (CHAT) mobile clinics provide integrated health services to rural communities throughout central and northern Kenya. Over 80% of the people living in these communities have little or no access to other health services.

Meet Catherine

She comes from an incredibly poor home. There is no running water, no power. The house has two rooms, a dirt floor and a few bits of scavenged furniture.

Help provide basic access to proper education, health care, and assist with wildlife conservation, today.