following projects happened because of visitors to Maasai Simba
Simba Camp supports Merrueshi Women's Cooperative and enabling
them to make high quality products for the world markets. We
are supporting and inspiring Maasai women artisans to help themselves
through craftsmanship. Click
to learn more about Merrueshi Women Cooperative
for Maasai High School and Merrueshi
Primary School is because of visitors to Maasai Simba
Camp. We have 500 students, boys and girls in our schools. Our
students have never been to the outside world. The students
would enjoy hearing your life experience(s) as a westerner.
Most visitors consider the visit to our schools a life-changing
to learn more about Maasai Schools funded in part by funding
from Maasai Simba Camp.
High School Students
Village Clinic is providing basic healthcare services to nearly
5,000 Maasai residents of Merrueshi and the surrounding communities.
You’ll visit the clinic with guides and meet our medical
team. This experience will allow you to learn about successes
and challenges of running a rural health center in Africa. Traditionally,
the Maasai depended on medicinal plants for treatment. However,
with a rapidly changing climate and culture the Maasai traditional
diet of meat, milk, and blood has changed. Visit our clinic
and learn more about the Maasai in a new world of western medicine.
Click to learn more about Merrueshi
Village Clinic funded in part by funding from Maasai Simba Camp.
Waterhole Restoration Project in Merrueshi Group Ranch is aimed
at restoring natural waterholes for the benefit of wildlife
and Maasai pastoralists. Click
to learn more about the Waterhole Project funded in part by
funding from Maasai Simba Camp.
learn more about all these projects go to: Maasai
Simba Camp | P.O. Box 231 |
Emali, Kenya |
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You make a difference!
Your stay with us helps support our ongoing efforts to empower the Maasai so that we can make better-informed decisions that affect our destiny.
it is not a must visitors are welcome to bring soccer balls, pencils,
rulers, crayons, and chalks for students. You can hand deliver
the items to students and teachers when we visit the school.
& Habitat Conservation Project
objectives for restoring waterholes are to:
Collect rainwater which would otherwise be lost to evaporation
• Reduce human and wildlife conflict over shallow wells
• Promote tolerance and harmonize the relationship between
people and wildlife
• Secure wildlife migration corridors in private ranches
• Increase the number of wildlife in the area
We are proud members of Pack for a Purpose, an initiative that allows travelers like you to make a lasting impact in the community at your travel destination. If you save just a few kilos of space in your suitcase and bring supplies for area schools or medical clinics in need, you'll make a priceless impact in the lives of our local children and families. Please click here to see what supplies are needed for our project/projects.