Statehouse Book Premiere.07/06/2022

On Tuesday, June 7, 2022, the director of the Wema Centre Trust-Madam Lucy Yinda, had the honor to present her book ‘Courage is a Calling-Saving Mombasa’s Street Children’ to Her Excellency, the First Lady of the Republic of Kenya Margaret Kenyatta . Madam Lucy Yinda, accompanied by the publishers Crimson Communications Limited (James Chunguli and […]

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Wemathon 2021

Sunday, 12 December, 2021 marked the day Wema’s beloved Wemathon made its comeback. The fundraising event which was held at the Butterfly Pavillion, Bamburi, aimed to increase awareness on Wema’s program delivery and the plight street connected children face. It offered its participants the opportunity to compete for charity in three areas; cycling, running and […]

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Kenya Children Assembly Elections.

On Monday, April 11, 2022, children from Kisauni Sub County came together to elect their representatives who would champion their issues pertaining to child protection policies under the Kenyan Children Assembly. The Kenyan Children Assembly allows children to exercise their civic duties in Kenya by electing their peers aged 7 to 17 years to represent […]

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Christmas Carols at the Annual lighting of the Governor’s Christmas Tree Ceremony

On 15th December 2017, the Wema Centre Children’s Choir had an opportunity to perform at the lighting of the Governor’s Christmas tree Ceremony. The annual event aims at supporting children from different orphanages across the county as they usher in the Christmas season!!!!  […]

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Wema Vocational Class Of 2017 Graduation Ceremony

On 30th November 2017, Wema Centre held a colourful ceremony to mark the graduation of the 2017 Vocational Class. This year, a total of 35 Youth graduated after successfully completing the 11 month long fully sponsored integrated program. The Program aims to equip identified underprivileged youth with integrated livelihood skills; Catering & housekeeping, Tailoring and Dressmaking […]

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Wema Centre Girls Learn How To Code

A group of 25 Wema girls attended Africa code week workshop on 30th October at the Swahili Pot Hub, Mombasa. The workshop, organized by PwaniTeknowgalz and sponsored by Eskills4girls was aimed at introducing girls to basic computer coding skills as part of the continent-wide initiative meant to foster digital literacy and spark the interest of African […]

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