Flowing water in the taps


Finally came flowing water in the taps in Kaputei. After nearly 16 months with funding,
engineering, drilling and fitting, it was party time. Sunday 10th February was a great feast for the Maasai living around Kaputei. The day, as for many signifies the end of long water rides and hard toil for their daily water to 700 people and 3000 animals. For us it was the end of a water project, which was the beginning of a new era in their life. No wonder it was a thanksgiving service lasting for many hours. The service was ended with the official opening and commissioning of the well. Some small adjustments remain until completion of the work. But February 10, 2013 was a historic day for many. The water flowing in taps and some tears of joy also flowed this day. Thanks to everyone who has contributed to this project. The Maasai were dancing for you.
You can see a short video from the project by clicking here.

Video from the project. Click hear

Kibera slum


Noracta works among some of the world’s poorest. We work in different slum areas in Nairobi, Kenya.
To visit a slum area can challenge us in many ways. But it can also create new dimensions of life. A film cannot convey everything, but it can provide a glimpse into something looking like unreal existence for many outsiders. Would you like to see a small part of Kibera slum,  click in here.

Safari in Kenya


Kenya has a lot to offer. We all have a relationship to Africa’s many animals in one way or another. Whether it is through the great nature photographers, or it is through Torbjørn Egner and other litterature experiences. A little taste of what a safari in Kenya offers you can see here.