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  • 2018 Genderthon: Janet Mbugua meets Aunty Jane Hotline
    Posted in: Blog, News & Events, Our Stories, Sexuality & Choices

    The 2018 Genderthon Challenge organized by the Center for Rights Education and Awareness brought together Kenyans to enjoy an outdoor fitness challenge while raising funds and raising awareness for gender equality. The Genderthon focused on fitness obstacle courses. The event engaged participants in games like “the wall of doom,” a mud crawl, hanging ropes, sack races […]

  • TICAH staff transition to a more daring era
    Posted in: Blog, News & Events, Our Stories

    2018 marked a new beginning for the Trust for Indigenous Culture and Health. Mary Ann Burris, TICAH’s founder and former Executive Director officially became an elder as Jedidah Maina, former Deputy Director embraced the responsibility as TICAH’s new Executive Director. This growth is also being manifested among all TICAH staff taking on new responsibilities in […]

  • Happy 15th Birthday TICAH!
    Posted in: Blog, Our Stories

    The month of August kicked off with the organization celebrating its birthday. Trust for Indigenous Culture and Health is 15 years old as of August 1st 2018. TICAH staff gathered to celebrate with chants, open hearts and a positive attitude in regards to TICAH’s journey to inspire communities in Kenya and beyond. Since 2003 TICAH […]

  • Mapping our Treatment, Sharing our Choices.
    Posted in: Art With Heart, Videos

    Body maps are life-size self-portraits that we paint tracing our the outlines of our bodies on canvas and filling in the details of our lives, our histories, and our hopes. The Trust for Indigenous Culture and Health (TICAH) painted our first body maps in 2006 in Kenya, India, and Thailand for an activist exhibition on […]

  • African Stone Talk
    Posted in: News & Events

    International Stone Sculptures Symposium   African art involving rock or stone carving has existed in Africa for several centuries, having been handed down from one generation to another. In Kenya, rock carving has existed among the Kisii people of Gucha South District for more than a century. This was the 3rd symposium to be held […]

  • A Prayer for World Peace in Cusco, Peru
    Posted in: News & Events

    Remarkable ceremony uniting different cultures Initiated by Shinnyo-en, a Buddhist denomination originally established in Japan, a Prayer for World Peace was held on September 14, together with Andean faith leaders, Christian priests, civic leaders and local musicians, at Saksaywaman in Cusco, Peru.

  • World Environment Day
    Posted in: News & Events

    Raise Your Voices Not The Sea Level   Theme: “Small Islands and Climate Change”   The representatives of different institutions gave speeches reminding each person to exercise their social responsibility in caring for the environment.   The participants had the chance to visit Medicinal Shield Garden, Kaya ya Mto and Peace Path a place that […]

  • Reproductive Health training
    Posted in: News & Events, Sexuality & Choices

    Community members learning about womens’ health   TICAH organized and had 60 training of trainers’ activities in Nyanza (Homabay, Kisii, Migori and Mbita counties), Rift Valley (Eldoret and Iten counties) and Central (Kirinyaga, Muranga and Meru counties).   The training focused on reduction of maternal mortality. We started with values clarification exercises making sure that […]

  • Peace Path Ceremony
    Posted in: News & Events

    Community elders held a ceremony at the Labyrinth TICAH brought eight elders from different cultures in East Africa together: the Baganda from Uganda, Luo and Maasai from Kenya.   The elders were welcomed to the Labyrinth by the Kibera Women’s Peace Choir.   They performed blessings using art and artefacts to symbolise the connections and […]

  • Aunty Jane Hotline
    Posted in: News & Events, Sexuality & Choices

    Awareness raising activities to let people know about available service Aunty Jane held hotline awareness activities in Majengo, Kibera, Korogocho, Viwandani and Kawangare. The number was shared to create awareness and inform community members of Aunty Jane services. Creative and fun activities including music, comedy and dances were used to inform community members of Aunty […]

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