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Community Outreach: Kisii Work Camp


A vibrant team of 10 Strathmore University students together with 8 Irish volunteers, two teachers and six high school students, who purposed to come and positively impact lives in our society teamed up with a sole purpose of ensuring that the young girls of Sr. Michaela Girls School, Kisii County, have a laboratory for their education use. Driven with the ... Read More »

Ladies’ Work Camp in Nyandarua County

Eighteen  ladies from the Community Outreach Programme embarked on mission to make students in Ndaragwa Primary School: Special Education Unit, life filled with Colour.The Special Education unit is for pupils with disability both mentally and physically. The school is located in Ndaragwa  shopping centre which is about 20 Kilometres from Nyahururu  town .Its Main mission is to help them gain ... Read More »

COP Mothers a Maternity Ward

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15 hours of a long and bumpy ride, summarized the beginning of a week of service, dedicated to the residents of Elgeyo-Marakwet.  Located 399 Kilometers from the city of Nairobi, our destination was set to be our temporary home for a whole week.  COP, in conjunction with LocalLives Foundation and students and staff of Rockbrook School, braced themselves for a ... Read More »

Chebarus Work Camp


February 11th-17th 2013, marks the duration where I got the best experience in my current stay in Kenya. Being a volunteer in the Community Outreach Programme office, my adaptation to life in Kenya, as compared to my home country of Uruguay, reached its peak during this experience. A team of 19 male COP members were set to go to Chebarus, ... Read More »

COP Visits Lodwar

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“Ejok”- Hello “Ejokwa”- Hello to you Those are Turkana greetings heartily brought to you from the Turkana County by the Community Outreach Program (COP) family After collecting over Kshs2 million to buy food for the starving in Turkana County, some members of COP made an epic journey to the arid county in northern Kenya. A team of 46 students and ... Read More »

Mothers Walk 30 Kms No More


“Thank you very much!!” whispered the innocent eyes of the young and old ladies of Kimangao, beautified with joy, delight, amazement, wonder and gratitude. Twenty years of abandonment, had been sparked to life by the relentless effort, presence and passion of young men from Strathmore University and Colegio Retamar. ( Oh yes, the small village of Kimangao-Mwingi North, was morphing ... Read More »

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