Category: Nuru Views

Hope in Uncertain Times

Hope. I have been reflecting a lot lately on how absent this word has been from people’s mouths in recent days. The darkness of…

Knowledge Shared and Friendships Made: Nuru Ethiopia/Nuru Kenya Exchange Visit

In March 2017, staff members from Nuru Ethiopia visited Nuru Kenya in Isibania, Kenya. None of the Ethiopian staff had ever left their…

Meet Casey Harrison, Agriculture Program Strategic Advisor

Nuru International is excited that Casey Harrison joined our team in October 2016! We caught up with Casey last week for a quick…

Rewarding Pro Bono Consulting in Ethiopia

When I set off to work for my three-month pro bono consulting assignment with Nuru Ethiopia, I wondered whether I could transfer my…

Development Work That Makes a Lasting Impact

As my flight neared its destination, I tried to remember how I felt during my first descent into Addis ten years ago when…

#MyMomIsStrongBecause… by Zablon Murimi

Zablon Murimi, a Nuru Kenya farmer, thanks his mother, Boke, for keeping their family healthy and strong. #MyMomIsStrongBecause she undertakes household chores perfectly like tilling…

Jane Omanga–Inspiring Leader and Mother of Three Children

Jane is married and has three teenage children. Since April of 2013, Jane has been living in rural and remote Isibania, about 248…

#MyMomIsStrongBecause… by Pauline Wambeti

#MyMomIsStrongBecause through her struggles and hard work, she gave me a better life than the one she had. My mother, Lydia, hails from…

A Family of Strong Women

Three generations of Nuru donors—Jean Ghera, daughter Heather Warren and granddaughter Olivia Warren—celebrate a family of strong women. What Heather Warren admires about her mom, Jean…

#MyMomIsStrongBecause… by Elijah Wambura

Elijah Wambura, a Nuru Kenya field manager, shares his overflowing love for his mother. #MyMomIsStrongBecause she offers something different—different from my father and any…