- Jambo Bwana!  Click here
Released in 1982 by Them Mushrooms. The singer of the band was playing at tourist hotels in Kenya & overheard some tourists testing out their Swahili. He wrote a song which went double platinum and is probably the most popular Kenyan pop song in history. It's a testament to the spirit of the Kenyan people that the words are : "Hello Sir, How Are You? I am very fine. In our Kenya, you don't need to worry. Visitors are welcomed."
- Subtitle version of Jambo Bwana for singalong & translation Click Here
- Little Global Citizens Spotify Playlist (if you don't have a Spotify account you can create one for free) Click Here
- Great soundtrack for dinner party: Kenyan patriotic music + images of wildlife, scenery. Click Here


- National Geographic photos of Kenya's wildlife Click Here
Incredible photos of various Kenyan tribes Click Here
Images of Maasai necklaces for inspiration Click Here


Kaluhi's Kitchen, Kaluhi Adagala, Kenyan food blogger who contributed the recipe for this box Click here
Ugali Recipe Click here
Chili Rosemary Chicken Mshikaki with Zesty Dania Dip Click here
Nyama Choma, the national dish of Kenya, literally translates to "grilled meat" Click here


- Montage of many different tribal traditional dances (watch for the kenyan flag shield at min 3:20)Check out the different clothing & hair styles of the people and look out for some beautiful Kangas! Click Here
- Muniyva: a day in the life of a Kenyan child who lives in a rural village Click Here
- Alisa: a day in the life of a Maasai girl Click Here



- Maasai Association; More information on Maasai culture & how you can support education & building of water holes there: Click Here

- Kenyan camp for kids, run by Maasai Association: Click Here