The 20th-Anniversary torch relay - Ol Moran Zone
August 13, 2019, marked the debut of the 20th-Anniversary celebration at the grassroots level: St. Martin CSA handed over the celebration torch starting in the Ol Moran zone, journeying through Sipili, Kinamba, Mochongoi, Muhotetu, Ol'Jabet, Mairo-Inya, Ol'Jororok, Ngano, Igwamiti and Nyahururu town zone. On November 9 the torch will be handed over to St. Martin CSA for the climax..
Defilement is a crime that is causing much suffering among our children and youth. It robs children of their dignity and their childhood. This video by St. Martin aims to raise awareness and to inform the public of the basic facts and steps to be taken in case a child is defiled.
Mental Health Hike
On August 3rd2019, St. Martin CSA in conjunction with Vijana Tustawi organized a mental health hike on Mt. Longonot as part of their 20thanniversary celebration build-up activities. The hike was inspired by the 20th-anniversary theme “Footsteps of Gratitude and Openness” and echoed our openness and commitment to addressing issues of mental illness that continue to plague our communities and nation at large.
Children Centered Launch of the 20th anniversary
This year St. Martin CSA launched the 20th-anniversary celebrations in the month of April. Being an organization that works with children, we thought it well to have also a child-friendly launch that took place on Saturday June 29 at the St. Martin Rehabilitation Centre for Boys.
Mediation training for Chiefs
On June 20, St. Martin CSA got an opportunity to host chiefs from Nyahururu Sub County for a mediation training that was organized and facilitated by the Nyahururu Court Users Committee. The training was implemented by the Community Programme for Peache and Reconciliation CPPR.
Towards Dignity Without Drugs
Under the theme "Towards Dignity Without Drugs" St. Martin CSA together with several partners celebrated the International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking 2019 with a thematic walk around Nyahururu and an interactive session.
Where you are today should not limit your life
Every third Saturday of the month, the Community Programme for Children in Need (CPCN) organizes the community gathering that involves all the children from the centres, Talitha Kum and L’Arche Kenya. Around Easter, we also collect goods among ourselves for a good cause.