Doing Good Friday

April 6, 2021

In the spirit of Doing Good Friday, today, on Friday April 2, 2021 we donated foodstuff worth Ksh. 1,000 to 27 families of old aged and physically challenged in the community.

In partnership with Wazito Family, a charitable organization and foundation of the Kenyan Premier League’s Wazito FC, the event was held at the organization’s offices in Lucky Summer Estate to commemorate Good Friday and the Easter Holiday.

“We thought it wise to bring partners on board to help us give back to the community by donating the little we could mobilize to ensure that everyone in the community had something to eat during the holidays,” said the organization’s C.E.O and founder Torez Sam Omoll.

The organization would like to seek more partnerships and donors to help it do more for the vulnerable in society.

Donations can be made through M-pesa Pay Bill number 891300 or donate physically by dropping them off at our offices in Lucky Summer Estate, Mngaro Court.

For inquiries, call +254725293797

International Youth Day, 2020

Mng’aro Mtaani Initiative observed the International Youth Day, 2020 themed ‘Youth Engagement for Global action.’ The International Youth Day, 2020 was celebrated in Lucky Summer Ward in 3 sessions; namely; Lucky Summer Chiefs Camps, Lucky Summer Assistant Chief Camp and Mng’aro Mtaani Car wash venture. The exercise targeted women and girls at youthful stage thus sensitize on matters proper menstrual hygiene management, reproductive health rights and livelihood generation.

The first session was occasioned at Lucky Summer Chief’s administrative compound. An approximate 100 women and girls were reached with menstrual hygiene messages and in extension provided with sanitary pads. The administrative officers played a great role in supporting mobilization and institutionalization of sanitation and hygiene messaging to the community. 

International Youth Day, 2020

The second session was held at Lucky Summer Assistant Chief’s administrative compound at Glucola. Teenage girls were sensitized on reproductive health rights, issues of avoiding sex and drug abuse, utilizing open spaces to voice out their issues with dignity. An approximate 120 teenage girls were supplied with sanitary pads. 

International Youth Day

The third session which majorly focused on empowering boys in the local area by enrolling them to Mng’aro Mtaani car wash.
During this day, one vehicle and 5 motorbikes were packed at the car wash for the boys to clean them up so as to get a living. This demonstration pointed out the efforts that Mng’aro 
Mtaani puts in improving the livelihood of youths in the society. Men and boys are not
left behind during this day. 

Mng’aro Mtaani beneficiaries making a living through car washing and carpet cleaning.

Menstrual Hygiene Day 2020

Thursday 28TH MAY, 2020, at Lucky Summer Estate, Nairobi Kenya the Menstrual Hygiene Day sensitization session. The aim of Mng’aro Mtaani was to conduct a sensitization session targeting the deaf community. As planned with help of a translator, the deaf were sensitized on matters importance of observing and practicing good menstrual hygiene management.