Food and other essentials distribution to B.O.M teachers in Mathioya, Murang’a County – 25th July 2020
(B.O.M teachers who lost jobs due to COVID-19 benefit)

Fifty Five (55) teachers who lost their jobs due to COVID-19 benefitted with food stuffs and other essentials. The teachers have not received any salary since March this year. They are not able to provide food for their families leading them to engage in casual jobs within the community. Some teachers have fallen into depression since they are not able to pay bills including rent and provide for their families. The teachers were urged to seek for other means of livelihood including farming.


Teachers receiving foodstuff and other essentials (Left) and engaging in a song (Right)

Launch of Keep Kenya Breathing campign, Maragwa, Murang’a County – 3rd July 2020
(20,000 trees distributed)
More than 20,000 trees will be distributed to Eight Sub counties in Muranga County.WWF-Kenya in partnership with Ahadi Kenya Trust launched the campaign dubbed “Keep Kenya Breathing” in Maragwa sub County Murang’a County. The campaign will see assorted trees planted in different parts of the County. The main aim of the campaign is to raise awareness on the importance of environmental conservation by planting trees. The trees (fruit) will also serve as an income generating activity to the farmers as they will be able to sell fruits once they have matured. During the exercise, community members were sensitized on the importance of keeping safe from contracting CORONA Virus by keeping distance, wearing masks all the time, hand washing with soap and running water and using sanitizer. The members were also given food stuffs and other essentials. The event was graced by the CAS of Ministry of Environment and Forestry Mr. Mohammed Elmi.


CAS ministry of Environment distributuing tree seedlings to the farmers (Left) and Planting (Right)


Fight Against COVID-19, Mathioya, Murang’a County – 6th June 2020
(Hand washing stations and non-body contact thermometer donated)

Six (6) hand washing stations were distributed to different institutions in Gitugi Location, Mathioya in Muranga County. The project was in partnership with Lotto Foundation in the fight against COVID-19. The beneficiaries included Nyakianga police station, Nyakianga dispensary, Gitugi dispensary, Nyangiti dispensary, Mihuti dispensary - which also benefitted from a Thermo Gun -and Gikoe Tea buying center This will help the residents and visitors in these facilities in adhering to the government directives on washing hands with soap and running water, wearing masks all the time, sanitizing and observing social distance. Together we shall over come


Handing over the hand washing stations (left) and demonstrating the use of the Thermo Gun ( Right)


COVID-19, Supporting Taxi drivers and Boda Boda Riders, Nairobi County – 2nd-4thJune 2020
(10,000 Face masks and sanitizers donated)

In partnership with the National Social Security Fund, we donated face masks and sanitizers to Digital Taxi Forum and Boda Boda Association of Kenya (BAK). Digital Taxi Forum donations were handed over at Uhuru Park by NSSF CEO/Managing Trustee Dr Antony Omerikwa. NSSF signed an MOU with the Digital Taxi Forum and Little Cabs for the provision of social protection and social health insurance for DTF members in the presence of the National Transport Safety Association. The Boda Boda Association of Kenya (BAK) donations to benefit 6 counties in the fight against COVID-19 were handed over at KICC. The donations were flagged off by the Cabinet Secretary Joe Mucheru ministry of ICT, Innovations and youth Affairs. The event was graced by CS Simeon Chelungui ministry of Labour and Social protection and CS Prof Margaret Kobia ministry of Public Service and Gender. The President/Chairman of Boda Boda Association of Kenya Mr. Kevin Mubadi represented all the Boda Boda riders during the event. Other stakeholders in the event included UNFPA and UN-HABITAT who donated the hand washing stations and girls kit respectively.


Signing the MOU between Digital Taxi Forum and NSSF (Left) and CSs flagging off masks and sanitizers to BAK.

Distribution of food in Mathioya Constituency, Murang’a County – 25th April 2020
(Recovered jigger patients offer help)

A group of recovered jigger patients, who were rehabilitated and empowered, offered food donation to more than 150 families affected by COVID 19 pandemic in Mathioya Constituency, Murang’a County. The food donations included Maize flour, cooking oil, bananas, chicken and uji mix. The group was initially relying on well wishers for survival but after been empowered they are today supporting other vulnerable members of the society. The food will be distributed to the affected families by the provincial administration together with the county government officials.
Ahadi Kenya Trust is in the frontline of sensitizing citizens in adhering to the Government directives on practicing social distancing, sanitizing, staying at home and washing hands with soap and water.


Distribution of food and other essentials


Addressing the beneficiaries of the food donations

COVID-19, Supporting immigration, DCI and the police force, Nairobi County - 10 April 2020
(Sanitizers, face masks and water donated)

In partnership with National Social Security Fund (NSSF) we donated face masks, sanitizers and water to the immigration department, Police and the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) in the fight against COVID-19. The donations were handed over by NSSF CEO/Managing Trustee Anthony Omerikwa to Director General of Immigration Mr. Alexander Muteshi, Inspector General of police Mr. Hillary Mutyambai and the Director General - Directorate of Criminal Investigations Mr. George Kinoti respectively. Ahadi Kenya is in the front line urging people to wash hands, sanitize, keep distance and to stay at home to prevent the spread of corona virus.


Handing over sanitizers, face masks and water to the immigration department and the police.


Handing over sanitizers, face masks and water to the Directorate of Criminal investigations.

The National Jiggers Awareness Day, Malindi, Kilifi County - 3rd March 2020
(All health issues integrated)

The National jigger awareness day was celebrated in Kilifi County, Malindi sub-county, Msabaha grounds. This year’s theme was “Integrating all health needs of communities through empowering individuals to take charge”. The event brough together different organizations including; Jumia, Kanco Kenya, Imarika Foundation and County Government of Kilifi among others. The day saw over 150 children treated of jiggers, others screened of Pnemonia and immunized. Other activities included awarding community health volunteers for their efforts in eradicating jiggers and distribution of shoes and slippers to school going children.


Children been treated of jiggers (left) and undergoing pneumonia screening (right)


Community health volunteers been awarded (left) and children fitting shoes (right)

Handing over Dining furniture Nandi County – 10th January 2020
(Girls school receive new dining furniture)

ACK Kapkolei girl’s secondary school benefited with new dining furniture during the commissioning of their new dining hall. They received 40 tables and 80 benches that were donated by Lotto Foundation in partnership with Ahadi Kenya Trust. The event was graced by the Cabinet Secretary for Lands M/s Farida Karoney and attended by Nandi county government officials and Provincial Administration from the County. The teams also donated sports balls for Volley Ball, Netball and Football.


Students enjoying their meal in the new fully furnished dining hall (right) on the (left) the new fully furnished dining hall





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