Eleven kids sign up for a trip to Kenya. With no clear idea of what’s ahead. Some don’t know that they’ll be teaching kids in a local village. And some don't know that they’ll end up building a school house “from scratch." And for sure, no one expects to be chased by a wild elephant! All this happens and more... Despite growing up on the Discovery Channel they just aren’t prepared for the breathtaking beauty of the landscape and the friendliness of the people. Or the stoic calm with which the people accept their lot. No clean water. Shacks for homes. Dark and dingy classrooms. This isn’t a make-believe movie shot on a fake movie set. Jambo Kenya! It’s Africa for real!
“In a prime time world saturated with fake reality, Jambo Kenya is the real deal... to her credit Krishna lets this play out in the kids' own words.” Kathy Muldoon, Toronto Star, May 7th, 2005