William Muli and his brother operate Woni Safaris, a safari outfitting company in Nairobi, Kenya and will be talking about Safaris and water wells in Kenya.
He has been the driving force of the Ngu Nyumu water well project with Santa Barbara North Rotary Club in Santa Barbara California, and the Langatta Rotary Club in Nairobi Kenya. Ngu Nyumu village is about 50 miles from Nairobi Kenya.
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Mr. Muli has worked with the Community Based Organization in the village of Ngu Nyumu to help them overcome the paper work, he has organized them into a great working group. The well which was drilled in 2011, is still free flowing water to this time. He has worked with the local government to obtain a Grant to put in an electric pump, and is working to get the electric to the area of the well. He has overseen all of the construction of the water storage tanks, kiosk’s, pipelines laid, in order for the water to reach more people. The CBO, have equal men and women on their Board of Directors, have made their By Laws up for the governing of the well and the precious water.
William is in business with his family, Woni Safaris, Ltd., doing safaris in Eastern Africa for many years, he has worked as a Driver Guide taking care of the many tourists who come to see the wildlife of Kenya and Tanzania. William is married, has three children, and two grandchildren.