Help us to save the Samburu Maasai tribe and culture by purchasing this collection of
one-of-a-kind songs, performed by the Samburu Women's Choir of Lerata at the foot of sacred Mount O'lolokwe! These are the only recordings of traditional Samburu Maasai songs ever taken, and they will be used for precious historical archiving as well as funds for the tribe's survival. // read more
At KARE, we value and respect local cultures, traditions and lifestyles and believe that all people have a right to basic needs such as food, clean water, security, health care, education, and a healthy environment; and that they also have a right to choose their own path and the lifestyle they treasure and are entitled to live. Since 2004, we have provided the tools, advocacy, and resources for local communities to develop implement, and run these programs. Our 3-tiered approach to assisting communities: Emergency Response, Intermediate Interventions, and Lasting Solutions, provide long-term, sustainable solutions by addressing environmental and economic needs.
We strive to ‘Leave No Cultural Footprint’, while working to provide the resources and opportunities for people to help themselves, advocate for their basic human rights and safety, and help empower them to provide for their own needs, which allows them to survive and thrive in a rapidly changing world preserving their cultural heritage.
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