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Last Updated: 04/02/2008Peace in Kenya Campaign
post-election violence has been, to say the least, an unanticipated tragedy
with far-reaching implications. Even as the country’s calm returns, albeit
slowly, underlying tension is evident. With over 1,000 lives lost and over
250,000 people displaced in a record short period so far, the solution to the
crisis remains elusive.
Peter Ongera runs an African cultural tourism agency that links up tourists who want to LIVE(homestay), STUDY (cultural and educational)and WORK (internship and volunteer)in Africa with local hosts in rural villages and towns. As a social entrepreneur and consultant Mr Ongera believes that Africa can eradicate poverty through sustainable social investments in education, skills(especially information technology), and partnerships with companies, governments and communities.