Tuesday, 12 August 2008 10:00
Ole Njapit, Action Jackson, is a Maasai warrior who grew up on the plains of Africa. His father died before he was born from malaria, something that could have been prevented very easily if medicine had been available. But it isn’t – even today, it’s almost impossible to get, in many rural areas of Africa.
This unfortunate event brought about the conviction of his first Dream... today that Dream has expanded into an even bigger one that is changing countless lives... Find out how it's possible.. Dreams can come true... Find out how you can be a part of changing many people's lives today...
A Maasai Changes Cultural Traditions in Healthcare
Tuesday, 28 September 2010 20:23
Listen as Jackson discusses cultural traditions in healthcare, treatment for Malaria, and how improvising is needed to ensure treatment for patients.
Miracles Do Happen
Thursday, 16 September 2010 11:19
I had an opportunity to shoot Action Jackson talking with Marlise Karlin, sharing some amazing stories. If you feel as moved by these stories as I was, I hope you'll share this video with a friend.
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Dreams Can Come True
Thursday, 09 September 2010 20:58
I want to share with you how i came to America. Marlise Karlin tells the story about what happened for me since we met when she visited Kenya. You will hear about the clinic and my work and the beauty of how dreams come true. I hope you enjoy this video as much as I do.
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Action Jackson arrives in California...
Wednesday, 25 August 2010 10:57
Thank you for coming to my site. Please join me in making a difference in the lives of the Maasai community, where I have lived and served for many years. I hope one day you will all come to the Maasai Mara, meet the wonderful people here and see our beautiful country.
Since I arrived in America, I am meeting so many good hearted people in Los Angeles who are helping to fund raise for the new clinic that is being built now in Talek Village and to help for my schooling here.
I also want to say thank you to all the new people I am meeting on Facebook from around the world, for your kindness and your support. Each day I will try to tell you stories of what is happening here and of the Maasai Tribe. Please say hello.. And again, thank you so much for whatever you are able to give.
Action Jackson (Rereu Njapit)