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Projects Completed in the past

*10,000 liters Water Tank for Ilbissil Township Primary School in Kajiado *5,000 liters water tank for Ny’angeri Salvation Army in Ny’angeri – Embu *100 bibles donation for Hope Restoration Church International – suburbs of Nairobi
Water Bubbler Purification Machine for Ilbissil Girls High School
*Mission in Nyeri for elderly group – (Health education Camp) –(Health) *16 cows donation for 16 widowed HIV infected group of women in (health & education)
*YMCA Nakuru branch cow project – (education & health)
*Little Carol Foundation HIV Aids families (little children) Goat Initiative Project 2014 – (health & education) *MoGH Speaking engagement and presentation of African Values and Traditions with Raleigh Alumnae Chapter Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., the International Awareness and the Development, Education, Leadership, Talent & Achievement Carousel (DELTA) and Cultural Education in African Values & Traditions for a close to 50 African American students both in middle and high schools here in Raleigh NC.
Street Children back to school program sponsored program in – (Education)
*Street children back to school program in Nyeri (Education and Health) *YMCA Nakuru branch 10 km walk fundraiser and reading glasses project (Education & Health)
*Multiple speaking engagements in different schools in Raleigh such as (Broughton High School, Wiley Elementary School, Wake Technical Community College about Water Crisis. (Water and Education)
*Ilbissil Girls High School abandoned Borehole Rehabilitation and power installation (Water, Education & Health) *Video Conferencing Cyber Exchange program between High Schools in Kenya (Ilbissil Girls, Nairobi School and Broughton High School ) – (Education, Exchange, & social life)

IlBissil Prim Sch 2km Walk

Area chief Mrs. Njara interview

2 kilometer water fundraiser

Embassy Nomination by H.E. Ambassador Odembo

Isaac has been honored for his work with MoGH by the Kenyan Embassy in Washington DC during a Diaspora Conference and in 2011, he visited with Dr. Josephine Ojiambo Ambassador / Deputy Permanent Representative Kenya Mission to the United Nations 866 U.N. Plaza – New York to discuss the work MoGH is doing. He has also spoken in many forums such as elementary schools, high school, colleges, Rotary Clubs, churches etc.