All Staff MembersKitchen Service Garden Caretaker WatchMama HawaDiligent as a bee and always ready to help. You can call her Ruth.Mama CharleFeared on the market as the most skillful negotiator. Just call her Happy.Mama SarahEnthusiastic helpful and always laughing - she will be there if you needed early breakfast.Esther CharlesRight at hand where she is needed to be. She likes to be called Esta.George AntoniOne day he stood at our gate and asked for work. What luck - try his avocado cream!Mama MjengoShe cares for our vegetable and is in daily combat with our goats. Call her Farida.ShabaniKeeps our site neat and clean - and cares for our goats. We call him Babu.Hazizi KakaiMeeting him in the daytime we didn't hesitate and took this picture - our night watch Hazizi.Juma MohamedYou needn't see him, but surely he is around - our night watch Juma.What would we do without them?Some More Staff MembersSusi & FoxiSusi - one of our best in the night watch. And Foxi, who is far too easy to bribe with pats.StrolchiThe faithful guy is doing what he is best at in his old days: having a nap.Mbuzi & MbuziOur two goats (mbuzi). We have still not found names for them. And have not been searching for ... Dogo, Kobe & Katikati One day the first came, then the second and then the third. We hope this was it.LizzyOkay, this name is not exactly creative. But there are so many of them.KinyongaNot a name, just Kiswahili for chameleon. And not quite a staff Member, but sometimes he pops in.KipepeoSame as Kinyonga: Kiswahili name for butterfly. And sometimes he is coming around.