Tegla Loroupe Peace Foundation

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The Tegla Loroupe Peace Foundation is named for Tegla Loroupe, a world-champion marathon runner from Kapenguria, Kenya.

The Foundation is building a school for orphans affected by the violence in the cattle raising areas of north-west Kenya, eastern Uganda, southern Ethiopia and southern Sudan.

Phase one of the curriculum will be for primary levels, with children from six years old to fourteen years old.

Project leaders are Richard Krop, Harun Korellach, and Enoch Rotich.

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