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Video of Little Rock and their work in Kibera

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ACA 2012 Cycle Challenge

A short while ago we gave a shout out to the Able Child Africa 2012 Cycle Tour from Nairobi to Kilimanjaro. It will be an amazing ride and also provide an opportunity to see some of the important work that Able Child Africa supports in the region.

Those who go on the ride will visit Little Rock whilst in Nairobi. This is one of their most powerful and pioneering projects, an inclusive school in the heart of Kibera, one of Africa’s largest slums.

This video gives a brief glimpse into the work of Little Rock.

Little Rock – What we do from AbleChildAfrica on Vimeo.

Able Child Africa are really proud of Lilly and her team and want as many people to see the video and support them as possible (preferably by taking part in the bike ride). For further information on the ride please contact [email protected]

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