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A safe space - Please help us reopen our schools

The effects of COVID-19 on the education of children in the Kibagare slum have been catastrophic. Both the St Martin's primary and secondary schools closed their doors on the 18th of March, and will not open again until at least January 2021. St Martins is more than just a school for our students. It is a respite from the harsh conditions of life in the Kibagare slum. Online classes As you know, following the closure of schools across the globe, many began a relatively smooth transition to online learning. Here in Kibagare however, lack of access to phones or computers make this impossible for our children. The cost of internet in Kenya is still far too high for most to afford, and many have

Thank You- Feeding Programme August Update

“Nothing in your life is going to make you happier than giving” Thanks to your continued generosity, the sisters in Kibagare have been able to continue to give vital food packages to local families. With the closure of schools in the community back in March, followed a worrying trend: more and more children were going hungry. With jobs scarce and incomes strained, many have been left without a means to feed themselves and their children. With your help, so far we have been able to feed 1852 households, reaching 11,112 people. What's in a food package? Each package contains: 4kgs rice 4kgs maize flour 4 kgs beans 2 kgs sugar 2 kgs cooking fat All of the food is purchased locally, and packaged

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St. Martins Primary & St Martins Girls Secondary School

PO Box 68291, 00200 Nairobi, Kenya


Contact Primary:

Sister Emmah Karanja (Director) Tel:+254722580224


Contact Secondary:

Sister Damiana Mutiso (Principal) Tel: +254701311237


Program Liaison: Alfred Aswan Tel: +254725468431

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