Lion Place Nairobi, Kenya; December,01,2019.
The end year festivities for the Lea Toto Centre, an outfit under Nyumbani Children’s Home, came early following the Office of Registrar of Political Parties (ORPP’s) support on the 29th November 2019. The heavy down pour during the visit did not dampen the spirit and zeal of staff volunteering the visit to the Centre, tucked right inside Kangemi area. The team endured the rain to ensure that the visit had to happen. To their effort, delightful of moments shared through dance, sharing of a meal and gifts as well as uplifting talks radiated a ray of hope and joy to the lovely children who have to surmount myriad health and socio-economic challenges that befall them.
We have come here as ORPP family because we are mindful of the underprivileged amongst our immediate society, said Hope Nandwa. “Friends you choose may make or break you, hence the need to careful identify and maintain friends willing and committed to your progress especially in your studies”, advised Silas Lukale during the education talk to the teens. We celebrate all involved in the care and concern not just of the little ones but their caregivers, noted Christine Makena, while handing in the items on behalf of the team.
A section of ORPP team and Centre Administrators during the Lea Toto Centre visit in Kangemi, Nairobi
The Administrators of the Centre were delighted of the visit, which was made possible by the overwhelming support from members of staff. “Christmas has come early for us, we have every reason to merry. Please pass our regards to the Management and the rest of the ORPP”, said the Centre’s nutritionist in her closing remarks.
The visit jointly organised by the Corporate Communication and Communication and Resource Centre Committee, was part of the implementation of the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) intent as encapsulated under the humanitarian intervention focus area.