The nippy weather was not enough to deter Rotarians and Rotarators from Nairobi Lang’ata from engaging with brilliant students who had been sponsored by the… Read More »Vocational Committee Meets Sponsored Students
The COVID-19 pandemic sits ominously at the small waiting bay of the St. Patrick Healthcare Centre in Kayole, Nairobi County. Ann Maina and her team… Read More »Rotary Club of Nairobi-Lang’ata Rallies Partners to Arm Maternal Health Clinics Against COVID-19
The Rotary and Rotaract Clubs of Nairobi-Lang’ata led by the Vocational Services Committee set off in the wee hours of Saturday, 8th August for an… Read More »Rotary Club of Nairobi Lang’ata Mentors Students in Nakuru
Rotary International President-Elect Shekhar Mehta Invites Kenyans To Partner For Free Heart Surgeries For Children
Rotary International President-Elect Shekhar Mehta has offered to coordinate free heart surgeries for children through Rotary Clubs in Kenya and Africa at large. Speaking as… Read More »Rotary International President-Elect Shekhar Mehta Invites Kenyans To Partner For Free Heart Surgeries For Children
1st July, 2020, Nairobi, Kenya… Rtn. Sarah Migwi was installed as the 2020/2021 President of Rotary Club of Nairobi-Lang’ata (RCL) last Saturday at an intimate purple themed event.
In efforts to clean and restore rivers as well as reach the United Nations Environment Programme recommended tree cover of 10% in the country, Rotary and Rotaract clubs have so far planted a total of 17,318 tree seedlings.
It is indeed a challenging time in our country as our frontline health workers continue to lead in the war against the spread of the deadly Coronavirus. Devastating images of people begging for food are heartbreaking and robbing our fellow Kenyans of the pride we hold as a nation.
Uhola Primary School is a publicly owned, mixed school located in Jera Sub-county, Siaya County. Due to the great need of premises in the school, funding was recently received from Uhola Village Foundation, based in Germany, to construct an ECDE wing with two classrooms and one administration office.
Rotary club recently hosted a glitzy black-tie dinner at The Trademark Hotel, Nairobi, in support of the Rotary Polio Endgame Campaign. The campaign started in September and will run up until mid-November.