An Eye Opener

1620776_10152594582929062_646364295_n

This past Saturday, a group of Community Outreach Programme volunteers paid a visit to Sister’s of Charity, a center for disabled persons, located in Lang’ata. For two of the volunteers, this was their first time to take part in our activities. This is what they had to say about their experience… The experience at the center opened my eyes to a ... Read More »

I Met a Community of Change Makers

Optimized-IMG_5605

The beauty of humanity endears itself in the little nuances and gestures of concern to the lonely, the destitute and downtrodden. When you bump into a community of change makers such as Strathmore Community Outreach Programme, your life changes and you begin to see life through a lens of compassion. My first experience with COP was the outreach at Brydges ... Read More »

CSC Visit to Kwetu Home of Peace

Volunteers at Kwetu Home of Peace

On the 23rd of April, a group of students took young street children who have gone through a 3 month rehabilitation program at Kwetu Home of Peace, to their main center in Ruai. The boys were accompanied by Strathmore students who were keen on concluding their mentoring program         Read More »

Handling Children with Physical impairment: A teacher’s perspective

Optimized-IMG_5605

Percy Davis Primary School is located in Kambiti, Sagana. It is a school that is home to children suffering from Down’s syndrome, autism and severe mental complications. Upon entering the institution, one is often clueless, especially without prior experience, on how to interact with the beautiful boys and girls. During the welcome note, our host made reference to our previous ... Read More »

My First Mentoring Work Camp Experience

Mentoring

  The outreach program has been a revelation of one amazing encounter after another since I joined it in first year. Our Saturday activities are filled with cheer and love and it’s humbling to see the value you can give to someone else. Having attended a work camp in Marakwet where we had gone to build a maternity ward, I ... Read More »

SECOND CHANCES AT NAIVASHA MAXIMUM PRISON

Naivasha Prison Experience

  “I am a 41 year old father with a 15 year old daughter”, calmly narrated one of the inmates. “I have struggled to find peace with myself all this time .You are all just like my children and I want to caution you that it takes a very simple mistake to find yourself on this side of life (prison). ... Read More »

Community Service Centre’s St. Valentine Celebration

  When I heard the time of departure (7.30 a.m.) on Saturday 14th February I was wondering how many students will actually be at the University car park at that time ready to depart. Community Service Centre (CSC), members had been invited to the Missionaries of Charity house in Langata. We had not been invited for a St. Valentine’s breakfast, as ... Read More »

Scroll To Top