Welcome to Pap Onditi, Kisumu City, home of the founder of TSF Kenya, Nicholas Ojwando.

Pap Onditi is a rural village situated near the shore of Lake Victoria in the western part of Kenya – about 235 km North-West of Nairobi, the country’s capital. ‘Pap’ means a flat, dry place in the Luo language; ‘Onditi’ is a name of a local family- translated: Onditi’s flat, dry place.

The economic activities of the community living around Pap Onditi are subsistence farming, small scale businesses. The area receives very little rainfall throughout the year and drought is a constant phenomenon in the lives of the people. People here survive on less than $1 per day.

The closest airport is Kisumu airport with a distance of 34.2 km North-West of the city centre of Pap Onditi.  From Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, you can connect to Kisumu Airport which is about $95 return ticket or $30 by bus to Kisumu/Pap Onditi.

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