Making Lunch means Milking, Shucking, and Cleaning

Making lunch at Daylight is a big job. It starts with milking the Daylight cows, shucking corn, sorting it, praying, and doing dishes for 200 kids, 16 teachers, and a handful of neighbors who may be visiting. We made this short video to help paint the picture a bit clearer. In rural Kenyan villages, nomads milk camels. Watch the video to see Board Member Brianna Menning giving it a try!

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