good care of the Walking with Maasai vehicles. Taking good care of the vehicles is essential since they live and operate daily on some of the worst roads imaginable. Over the last 6 years, hundreds of lives were saved and thousands of children immunized.
Walking with Maasai's area of operation is extremely remote, with the nearest Hospital in Tanzania, across the border. For some community members the nearest Health Center at Entasekera is nearly 50 kilometers away and many have to walk this distance on foot or hire a motorcycle to reach the clinic.
Currently we provide medical emergency evacuations and we work in collaboration with the Ministry of Health during immunization campaigns by transporting medical staff and vaccines to the most remote villages in our area. We also host and help to facilitate medical outreach teams like who come out to serve the community by providing treatment, minor surgeries, dental work, diagnosis and referrals. During their visit to the community, these visiting Doctors and medical staff stay at the Olkoroi Camp.
We aim to create a sustainable mobile health system that provide healthcare for the community by generating financial support and contribution from Eco Tourism in the community through the Olkoroi Camp.
We aim to engage further into health education through our Adult Literacy School and Community Trust by training on issues such as sanitation, water purification and harvesting, HIV/Aids education, addressing harmful cultural practices such as female circumcision and others.
Joshua Orumoi is the man who drives the Mobile Clinic Land Rover when it comes to saving lives. Joshua is naturally gifted at mechanics and he takes extremely