**Sound starts to work at minute 1.10** #LiveFromKenya at Mr. Bett’s Purple Tea garden in Nandi Hills, Kenya. Paul Bain (Tea Captain from JusTea) is on the ground visiting the Kenyan #justeafarmers this week. Small-scale Purple Tea farmer DK Bett, shares with Paul the health benefits of drinking Purple tea and the positive impact that our Purple Tea partnership has on his 5 children. Asante sana Mr. Bett for sharing your April Impact Story and providing us with delicious Purple Tea!
#LiveFromKenya this morning features Charles the Rider. Charles helps the #justeafarmers transport equipment and tea leaves from the gardens to the tea cottage. He is a skilled pikipiki (motorcycle) rider and appreciates the steady income he receives from working with us. Asante sana Charles for sharing your impact story.
There are many people who are impacted by our tea partnership, even if they aren’t directly involved in handling the actual tea leaves! On this week’s #LiveFromKenya, Boaz introduces us to Lydia. Lydia shows us how to cook a delicious Kenyan staple… Chapati’s! Every weekday, Lydia provides nourishment for the workers at the Tumoi Tea factory by preparing lunch for them. Cooking chapati’s not only fills up the belly’s of #justeafarmers, it also provides Lydia and her baby daughter (Michelle) with a sustainable income.
When you drink JusTea, you support all the people in the Kenyan tea cycle, even chapati chefs like Lydia!
#LiveFromKenya on a beautiful sunny day in Nandi Hills, Christine Chepkimi shares the first impact story for this month. Christine is one of the earliest #JusteaFarmers and talks about how working with tea has benefitted her two young children Darius (age 5) and Joy (age 9). Christine also supports hundreds of other children in the community as a volunteer teacher in the Tumoi/JusTea reading and writing program. Let’s all give a big ASANTE (Thank-you!) to this incredible Mama!
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