Osimlai Gifted Hands School is a school set up by the Kenyan organization Osimlai in a place 45 minutes away from the nearest school, Paranae Primary School (that’s how long it takes an adult to walk there). It was made possible by several American friends supporting Osimlai’s organization, as well as by Phillipa herself, a retired teacher who sold her own cows to finish the school. Three corrugated iron rooms and a concrete floor may not seem like a good learning environment to a European, but in rural Kenya, it was a high standard. The organization managed to obtain chairs and tables, as well as a tank for rainwater and other products. They were donated by residents or organisations operating in the region. The school started its activity in January 2012 and obtained the statute of an educational institution in March 2012.