In Nakuru, Kenya, Seeds of South Sudan has four in-country staff who run Home Base, cook for the extended Seeds of South Sudan family and visit each of the 80+ students and their teachers at school. They receive modest stipends for their work. Three college students receive stipends to communicate university schedules to Seeds staff to coordinate travel and housing. They arrange friendly games among the students on school breaks, oversee the lending of library books and games to the students. The college students also tutor high school and primary students who need help in particular subjects.