Welcome to Memusi Foundation

We work directly with communities & schools in Kenya to provide access to quality education.

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Podcasts

Our Podcasts are a great way to hear about all aspects of Memusi both in Kenya and the UK. the Memusi Foundation podcast will take you on an audio journey to hear all about Memusi and it's overall purpose. Hear the latest news, what's happening in the schools as well as hearing from some of the wonderful people that make Memusi special.

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or you can alternatively CLICK HERE to view the full list of podcast providers.

 

EPISODES:

 

Episode 1 - the origins of Memusi - July 2021 - 2 parts

In part 1 of the first ever episode of The Memusi Podcast hear from charity founder Matt about why he embarked on the adventure that is Memusi, the daily challenges he faces and his hopes for the future.

 

Episode  2 - the volunteer experience - Sept 2021

Are you interested in visiting Memusi School as a prospective volunteer or perhaps have been there before and want to reminice? Hear from Anita, Jo, Adam and Aimee about what Memusi means to them and what a volunteer trip is all about.

 

Episode  3 - Interview with Teacher Anne - Nov 2021

Hear from the longest serving teacher at Memusi School and find out what inspired her to help establish the school in a remote part of Kenya where there had previously been no option for many children. Hear about some of the challenges of living and working at the school and what her aspirations are for the future of the children who attend.

 

Episode  4 - Interview with Teacher Erick - Dec 2021

Hear what inspires our Year 8 teacher working at Memusi School and how he supported the Year 8 pupils and helped them prepare for their exams during COVID lockdown.

 

Episode  5 - Interview with Jon Alexander - 20 Jan

Hear first hand from a Memusi supporter who has been on volunteering trips, is a Trustee and child sponsor and who also played a key role on one of the most ambitious fundraising events the Charity has ever undertaken.