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Humanitarian Expeditions

I hope you have an experience that alters the course of your life,
because after Africa, nothing has ever been the same. – Suzanne Evans

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An ineffable experience only made real by the feelings that envelop my heart. May 2016 held so much growth for me.

Love, Gratitude, Emotion, Smiles, and Hugs. Those 5 words, I learned, are synonymous with: Kenya, Narok, Eselenkei and Tenkes Schools, and the Maasai Mara villages.   Heidi truly brought to life all of the hopes and expectations in the value of service work. David and Moses are two Gentleman I owe a great thanks to, for always making me feel safe and being endowed with such vast knowledge!  The education, the fortitude, and the empowerment that Heidi, Moses, and David exude is unparalleled. I had the notion  I was going there to teach people. In reality, the Kenyan people taught me the invaluable lessons of Love, Strength, and Hope. “mpaka wakati ujao”  Ashe Oleng, Rafiki’s!


Each expedition with 100 Humanitarians International is unique! You will spend 10 days on the ground in Kenya, combining humanitarian projects with families and tourist experiences from the Giraffe Centre in Nairobi to a majestic safari on the Maasai Mara. Each day you will wake up a little dirtier, and full of gratitude. A day in Kenya feels like a week!

We like to tell people that they will experience two years worth of personal development in less than two weeks. Your heart will be transformed, and all of your senses engaged. This is truly an immersion expedition.

Once you choose to join us, you will go through a complete training, with all of the details you will need to make this the experience of a lifetime. We run three trips per year to Kenya, with a maximum participant number of 16.

Our itineraries change each expedition, based on the humanitarian projects that we choose to take on as a group. They can include garden boxes, water storage systems, training workshops, tree planting, and building homes for families. Many people return for another expedition because of the relationships that they develop with the families we serve.

We begin in The Mau Region of Kenya, in the beautiful highlands, where most travelers never venture. You will experience big cities, dusty and busy towns, lush and gorgeous mountain views, and then we head home to the Maasai Mara, where it is normal to see giraffes and zebras by the side of the road.

We hope to see you on an expedition soon!

Meet Your Expedition Team

Moses, David and Heidi have been on nine expeditions together over the past three years. Moses and David are our drivers and guides, and typically we can have additional Maasai warriors join us based on our needs. We love the work that we are doing, and we are family.


Moses Masoi
Executive Director – Kenya

Heidi Totten
Executive Director – US

David Kupai
Project Director

Our Stories

Deep in the heart of 100 Humanitarians are our stories.
Stories of joy. Stories of sorrow. Stories of heartbreak. Stories of fear.
Stories of love. Always love.

Chapati and Cultural Immersion

After finishing up the garden at Joyce’s house she invited us to learn how to make chapati, something sort of like naan bread. This was just one of the experiences of cultural immersion on the November Trip. She pulled a table out into her yard and gathered all the...

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Pulling Garden Weeds in Kenya

Going to Joyce’s house was one of my favorite days of our November trip. She is open, hopeful, helpful, and kind. Not only did we get the chance to pull garden weeds and plant her garden, we had the opportunity to teach children about the benefit of hard work. There...

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Delivering Empowerment

On my first trip to Kenya, we delivered a cow to a family in the Suswa area. One of our team members, Kaci, went above and beyond with her fundraising for lady named Elizabeth. We brought the cow to the local pastor's house. We call him "Pastor Ben." He helped us find...

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