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Launching Fish Farming Training

WEMIHS fish farm currently rare 2000 Catfish that are grown organically and are sold whole or in fillet form to our communities, hotels and homes. The project utilizes climate smart technology such as a greenhouse to facilitate a warm climatic environment to stimulate faster fish growth, an aquaphonic purification system and a grow bed to

Launching Fish Farming Training

WEMIHS fish farm currently rare 2000 Catfish that are grown organically and are sold whole or in fillet form to our communities, hotels and homes. The project utilizes climate smart technology such as a greenhouse to facilitate a warm climatic environment to stimulate faster fish growth, an aquaphonic purification system and a grow bed to

Capacity Building of CBOs dealing with Child Protection in Thika

Capacity Building of Identified Community Based Organizations(CBO) dealing with Child Protection in Thika A joint review and joint planning meeting was held with CBOs on 19th May, 2020 to help validate key findings from the field and to update child protection agenda for June-October taking into consideration the impact of COVID -19.

Launching of urban kitchen garden training

WEMIHS is launching a new urban kitchen garden training to teach new, inspired gardeners in a way that is straightforward and unitimidating. If you wouldlike to learn gardening in a fun innovative and engaging way, please be sure to reach out to us, and don’t forget to tell your friends!

Inauguration of The Thika Childrens’ Court

Child abuse is a reality and major concern in Kenya. The Government is committed to protect and improve the well being of children through enactment of the children’s act.This provides an environment to accelerate delivery of justice to children. The Thika court users committee on this day of the African child June 16th,2015, inaugurated a

Establishment of the Thika Children’s court

WEMIHS has started working on a partnership with Judiciary and Court Users towards creating room for a children’s court-a safe space where minors can freely share information or testify without intimidation. However limited resources for the activity means lot still needs to be done to ensure the court meets the constitutional and international thresholds. The

Stakeholder’s Knowledge Sharing Forum

The Stakeholders Forum will present project results and lessons learned in implementing sustainable livelihood program aimed at transforming lives of vulnerable communities in Kenya most affected by disease, hunger and poverty. We are optimistic that implementing the WEMIHS Lessons Learned on a broader scale can unlock the potential of a larger population of marginalized communities