“People living in Los Angeles may bemoan their daily commute through the city’s notoriously stagnant traffic. Compared to the injustice uncovered by local resident Sebouh Bazikian, a teenager who helped provide 43 bicycles for a group of Kenyan orphans who made a daily two-hour walk to school, the tragedy of the 405 Freeway seems to pale in comparison. Bikes 4 Orphans is a nonprofit organization founded by Bazikian in the summer of 2012 after he learned of the difficulty many children in Kenya face as they attempt to make their way to school without any form of transportation.”
Read the whole article, Orphans are Riding High with Help from Local Teenagers here.
Learn more about Sebouh Bazikian’s project, Bikes 4 Orphans, here.