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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
We are looking for a passionate Program Coordinator with meticulous attention to detail and ability to oversee the nitty-gritty of program management and ensure a smooth flow of activities. If you have 3-5 years’ experience in the SRHR space, have overseen diverse projects, led teams for 1-2 years and are excited […]
This Video show various Elders from various parts in Kenya at the Peace Path having a prayer ceremony for peace building of our country Kenya. This is done by sharing Indigenous Knowledge, Listening and Learning from each community on how to have peaceful relationships and finally walking of the Labyrinth together.
The Medicine Wheel program is hosted by the Trust for Indigenous Culture and Health (TICAH) in Nairobi, Kenya. It honors indigenous knowledge, music, medicine, and ceremonies, aiming to sow the seeds of peace.
We gathered students together at Kenyatta University main campus on the 23/09/2016 for a film night. We watched the film, ‘Little Miss Nobody’ in which a young lady was fighting a man who held a big position and thought he could not be fought by the average citizen against corruption. We then had a discussion […]
TICAH in collaboration with Bayer Kenya and WOSWA participated in the University of Nairobi Lower Kabete Campus Contraception Day. This was to mark the World Contraception Day which takes place on September 26th every year. The annual worldwide campaign centers on a vision where every pregnancy is wanted. Launched in 2007, WCD’s mission is […]