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Newsletter March 2020

Newsletter March 2020
  Newsletter March 2020  

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Once again we'd like to update you on some of the activities of St. Martin CSA in the last three month. 

Currently and in view of the Coronavirus, we have reduced our activities to the bare minimum to protect our beneficiaries and our staff. We urge all of you to follow the instructions and recommendations of your governments. It's only through community, through solidarity and shared responsibility that we can master this crisis.

Stay safe!

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Handling Addiction in Prisons

In a 5-day training, 35 prisons officers were introduced on how to handle addiction. The event was organised by the Community Programme for Addiction and Mental Health CPAMH.

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The St. Martin Approach

In the context of the development of the new St. Martin CSA Strategic Plan in 2019, an Independent Consultant evaluated the St. Martin Approach. It received a good rating on its impact on the lives of the programmes' beneficiaries and adaptability for upcoming areas of work. 

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Corporal Punishment

Corporal punishment is still widespread and causes much suffering among our children and youth. It can lead to mental disorders, fear and anxiety and poor academic performance among others.  This video by St. Martin aims to raise awareness and to show how to discipline our children without punishment.

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St. Martin CSA meets Mental Health Task Force

In December 2019, the Cabinet Secretary (CS) for Health, Sicily Kariuki, formed a task force to assess the mental health situation in Kenya. On January 21 this task force visited Nyeri and our colleagues from the Community Programme for Mental Health were present to showcase the approach St. Martin CSA uses to improve the situation of persons with mental health issues.

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