COVID-19 Response

Rotary Club Of Nairobi Lang'ata Pulls Togther to Feed Over 90 Families During COVID-19 Pandemic

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.

“As Kenyans we are known world over for our solidarity and our fighting spirit as we stand up for our fellow countrymen. Thanks to the noble contributions of members and partners, we have been able to put food on the table for 90 families and will continue to do so over the next 5 weeks. The distribution of the hampers will be coordinated by two reputable organizations, St Joseph the Worker Catholic Church and the Shining Hope for Communities. These teams will enable us reach families in dire need of food within Nairobi’s informal settlements.” ~Michael Kimani, Club President 2109-2020


Friends and family of the Rotary Club of Nairobi-Lang’ata made a call for donations to serve COVID-19 challenges and managed to raise KSh. 527,250 through the generous contributions of club members and public donors

Food Donations

The club received in-kind donation of 2 Tonnes of fortified foods valued at KSh 400,000 from Kapu Africa Limited. This was donated to children’s homes and cancer patients support programs.

Hand Washing Tanks

In partnership with Rotary District 9212, Rotary Lang’ata has been able to distribute hand-washing tanks and food hampers to communities living in informal settlements in Kibera and Kangemi.


  • Sisters of Mercy Children’s Home in Otiende that cares for children with disabilities.
  • Tiny Totos, an organization that supports daycare institutions in underprivileged areas
  • T21, an institution that takes care of children living with Down’s syndrome.
  • Shelter Children’s Home, Kibiko that RC Langata has been supporting.
  • Kibera Pride Children’s home and,
  • Rotary Club of Magharibi and Women 4 Cancer FOundation for the cancer support programs

Join Our Covid 19 Response

Rotary International is closely monitoring updates and recommendations from the World Health Organization (WHO) and the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to ensure the safest and most appropriate actions are taken for our members. The Rotary  Lang’ata continues to receive donations via M-PESA Paybill Number 893180 Account Number: COVID-19. In following the Government’s directive regarding donations, which ultimately safeguards the dignity of our fellow Kenyans, any future amounts received will be distributed to beneficiaries through cash transfers.