Partners

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We are very proud to partner with the following organizations:

Living GREEN Network: The Living GREEN Network (LGN) is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization based in Boulder, Colorado establishing fiscally sponsored projects for people with great ideas and the courage to make a positive contribution toward social and environmental well-being. POHK established fiscal sponsorship with the LGN in 2013.

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University of Denver: Renee Botta, Associate Professor at the Film, Media & Journalism Department is POHK’s external evaluator. Renee has over 15 years experience in evaluation research and over six years direct experience working in Kibera.

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Maureen Ruddy Burkhart, Photographer: Maureen Ruddy Burkhart has been an artist and photographer for over 35 years. She has worked as a documentary, portrait and stock photographer, filmmaker and conceptual fine artist. Her photos of Kibera and POHK project have won multiple awards are are featured on the POHK website.

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Toilet Hackers: Toilet Hackers is a nonprofit organization transforming the toilet and sanitation crisis around the world. We are committed to raising awareness and providing access to dignified sanitation to the 2.5 billion people without a toilet.
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Expedition EverestExpedition Everest is a campaign to support Steve Obbayi and his team in their mission to summit Mount Everest. The Expedition Everest team is comprised of two climbers: Toby Storie-Pugh, avid climber and founder of Flying Kites, a children’s home in Kenya, and Steve Obbayi, a Kenyan mountaineer and entrepreneur. Steve, if successful, will be the first Kenyan to summit the world’s highest mountain.
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The Association for Promotion of Tourism to Africa creates networking and marketing opportunities for its members, and serves as a platform for buyers and sellers in the African travel and hospitality industry to meet, mingle, learn from each other and do business. It is the goal and purpose of APTA to promote tourism to the African continent.

Maps and Development Technologies was built around the principle of social empowerment. It is designed to fulfil its social mission of empowering marginalised communities in Kenya and beyond through facilitating the generation of and accessibility to data needed by the communities to advance their welfare.

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