Visit to Huruma where the Six Storey Building Collapsed


As we all travelled back to the city after indulging in the festivities, we came to the devastating news about the collapsed building in Huruma estate, Nairobi. The news came in a few weeks after another similar incident in Makongeni. The rescue missions were very tactical, and from the media, we all got convinced that the 4-day operation was a ... Read More »

COP Partner, EDUCAFRICA, raises funds for a school in Kibera


St. Martin school and day care centre is a pre-learning institution in Kibera. It is a community organization established in 2008 by a group of vulnerable women. It started as a day care centre where young mothers could leave their children as they went to fend for their families. The centre initiated a school program that provides education to less ... Read More »

Ladies Work Camp in Kitui


On the chilly Tuesday morning of the 21st of October, a team of fourteen Strathmore University female students together with their two esteemed coordinators from the Community Service Centre embarked on a 160 km journey to Kitui via the Machakos route. The purpose of the journey was to go for four day work camp venture that entailed visits to the ... Read More »

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Macheo Magazine


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Mentoring of Form Four Students At St.Pius ,Kaitha

A team of 52 COP members set off for Wamunyu, a town in Eastern Province. September and October being a season for exams in Kenya, COP set aside this time to mentor students, especially those in secondary school level. On this particular day, COP carried 260 secondary business textbooks, courtesy of the Strathmore Distance Learning Centre. St.Pius Kaitha, is a ... Read More »

A motivation to students


On the 20th  of September 2014, a team of 52 enthusiastic Community Service Centre(CSC) members set off for a long journey to Kathonzweni. The team left at around 9am, and throughout the four hour journey, interacted amongst themselves. Our arrival at the school compound after a long battle with the dilapidated roads was welcomed by a very silent school compound. ... Read More »

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