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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 […]

  • Uhuru Gardens Installation Complete: Welcome to Mahali pa Umoja (Unity Place)!
    Posted in: Art With Heart, Blog, News & Events

    TICAH has completed the Mahali pa Umoja (Unity Place) labyrinth at Uhuru Gardens!  It is a place for contemplative practices, for celebrating our differences and uniting over our similarities.  The space is now open for all to enjoy.  Please stop by and have a look and walk the labyrinth. For more pictures from this installation […]

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    As with our previous calendars, the 2016 TICAH Community Calendar is designed to be used in classrooms, support group meetings, youth groups, community gatherings. The calendar theme is “healthy seeds/ mbegu njema.” Each month, the lead is a “healthy seed” (medicine, tenderness, humility, smile, culture, foresight, generosity, strength, responsibility, curiosity, friendship, reverence).   Each month, […]

  • THE NO GLOVE, NO LOVE CAMPAIGN by Mickey Ochieng.
    Posted in: Blog

    “Train a child in the way they should go, and when they grow older they will not depart from it”   The backlash on the “condom for kids campaign” launched by President Uhuru is beyond inconceivable. This coming barely three days after the launch of the “No glove, No love” campaign in three universities in […]

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