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Operation: Bikes 4 Orphanages

Operation: Bikes 4 Orphanages

Hi, my name is Sebouh and I am a 16 year old boy with a passion for cycling. My goal is to help share my passion with orphans around the world and inspire my friends to join me in this journey.

Some of the children at the
Machao Orphanage Foundation

The purpose of this blog is to chronologically outline the steps I will be taking to raise enough funds and bicycles to help the first orphanage of this project, the children at Machao Orphanage in Makueni, Kenya. The 42 children at the orphanage are 6 to 18 years old who are in need of food and better means of transportation. Everyday, they have to walk for 50 minutes in the scorching African heat to go to school and then walk the same distance back. The bicycles will give them the independence they need to find work and stay focused at school.

Here is the link to the Machao Orpahange Foundation, just in case if you happen to be my first reader and want to donate.

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