• June Update from Herewini

    21 June, 2011 Uncategorized Comments Off on June Update from Herewini

    In New Zealand these are some of the programs I have facilitated since late December 2010 until May 2011. December 28th 2010 – Flaxmere Suburb in Hastings. Tongan community meeting to help them address gang issues amongst them. 25 people attended. January 9th – Opotiki community meeting 20 people attended. Focus drugs. Crime. January 14th – Hamilton community meeting 40 people attended. Presented on cultural identity. January 21st – Cultural training for Rangipo prison ... Read more »

  • April Update from Herewini

    13 April, 2011 Uncategorized Comments Off on April Update from Herewini

    Kiora e Ken, I was great to arrive back home safely to an on coming winter and to a happy family. I know that things will be going well with you both on the home and work front. I have just come out from Rangipo prison where I facilitated a two day program, 9am-4pm, for 50 Maori inmates in the indigenous unit there. I gave my time free as there are huge ... Read more »


    02 December, 2010 Kafakumba,Updates Comments Off on KAFAKUMBA TRAINING CENTER – NOVEMBER UPDATE

    To summarize how our projects here are going: 1.  Fish farming:  We have built a fully operational hatchery capable of producing up to 1,500,000 fry a month.  It is now supplying fish for both our own use and local farmers.  These fish are sex-reversed, and we have 3 varieties.  We have 3 hectares of operational fish ponds which are performing well, and we are in the process of building ... Read more »


    29 October, 2010 Kafakumba,Updates Comments Off on KAFAKUMBA TRAINING CENTER – MAY UPDATE

    DEAR TRACares, I wanted to sit down for a few minutes and give you some brief updates on all the projects that are going on around here. The funds are gradually coming in from our friend connected with Wal-Mart for the construction of the center.  We have the walls finished on the last dormitory and work is going forward on landscaping, painting and a host of other jobs needed to get ... Read more »


    29 October, 2010 Beneficiaries Comments Off on BENEFICIARIES

    Ndola, Zambia Ndola, Zambia is a community deep in Africa where the Reverend John Enright and his wife, Kendra, are making a vital, ongoing difference in the lives of thousands of African people. Having served in Central Arica since 1977, the Rev. Enright has been a missionary with the General Board of Global Ministries, of the United Methodist Church.   Additionally Jon is the director of Wings ... Read more »


    29 October, 2010 Projects Comments Off on KAFAKUMBA TRAINING CENTER

    The Enright’s mission in Africa was inaugurated with the founding and operation of their Kafakumba Training Center.   Their work at the center involves several important areas of enterprise that is helping the African people in this impoverished region regain a sense of their own self-respect, independence and destiny. Organic Farming is a key focus of the Kafakumba Training Center.   In 2005, the Enrights-with funding assistance from others – purchased approximately seven ... Read more »


    23 October, 2010 Projects Comments Off on INDIAN RESERVATION VISITS

    I arrived in Phoenix Arizona at 2pm Thursday 7th September 2010. On the 10th September I traveled up to Flagstaff having been invited to speak at the funeral service for Mr Eddie Chee Yazzie, by his family, he passed away at 89 years of age was a returned war veteran and one of the Last Navajo code talkers from the second world war. I was asked to speak at the grave ... Read more »