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KULE FOUNDATION INTERNATIONAL is a non-profit organization which started as Kumbuka Universal Learning Experiences (KULE). KULE is an acronym for Kumbuka Universal Learning Experiences. The foundation is a non-profit organization registered both in Kenya and Canada.


KULE seeks to:

Make a difference in the lives of the less privileged.

Provide a wide range of activities for the participant’s educational experience.

Promote a sense of awareness of that which separates and yet binds us together as members of the human race.

Promote good stewardship of the environment.

Promote a strong sense of empathy and compassion for the underprivileged.

Provide meaningful and long-term examples of service.

Provide the individual with a chance to reflect on their own strengths.

Facilitate the participant’s opportunities to grow as individuals.

Provide participants with basic opportunities to become volunteers now and in the future.

Teach, develop or boost strong leadership skills.

Offer a unique and experience-based perspective on a “world” often radically unfamiliar.

Give the participants a chance for adventure, fun and making friends in a safe environment.

"This is a very unique learning opportunity that has changed myself and countless others in fundamental ways….this change will make us more aware of our world and our place in it."

- Erik Vantomme, Saskatchewan, Canada

"There is nothing quite like holding the hand of a child, not knowing whether the clay between the two hands originated from your hand or from theirs. It’s the feeling of realizing that although the two of you may not share a common language, the beautiful smile on the child’s face says everything ----a genuine desire to love and to be loved."

- Astrid Peacock, Newfoundland, Canada

"I recommend this program very much because it is a really eye-opening experience which includes emotional, sad/serious, experiences as well as a lot of laughing, playing and fun. I also found the trip to be very well organized in the sense that we got a taste of more than one side of Kenya."

- Iris Lutman, International School of Geneva

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