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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The 2016 Wema Centre staff retreat in Nakuru

On Saturday 10th December, Wema Centre staff team travelled to Nakuru for a 4-day Retreat and team building. The aim of the retreat was to give the team an opportunity to solidify their bond as well as enhance effectiveness by giving members time to get to know each other better. The team engaged in several energy drenching […]

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The Wema Vocational Class of 2016 Graduation Ceremony

ON 2nd December 2016, Wema Centre held a colourful celebration to mark the graduation of 2016’s Vocational Class. This year, a total of 37 youth Graduated after successfully completing the 12 months- fully sponsored Integrated Vocational Program. The program seeks to equip deserving youth with relevant livelihood skills ranging from cookery, Housekeeping & Laundry, tailoring & […]

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Wema na Fadhili Camps Re Booted: November 2016 Edition

Introduction For a long time we have observed that some of our older children, even those who seemed most stable when they were younger,  have poor judgment and they often make shockingly bad decisions after leaving Wema. There are also some concerns on the impact of family reunification on the children. Some children withdraw to […]

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