FEBRUARY MFANGANO UPDATE from EK’s Executive Director, Richard Magerenge

Update 16Ampath and Imani have teamed up again with SEP for craft and business trainings. This week the women have expanded their jewelry product line, among other crafts, and will soon receive course completion certificates.

The ferro cement guild has also been so busy at EK center doing their construction and I had a brief meeting with them and they are very confident that they are ahead of schedule. By next week all the gables will be completed and all the palings and trashes will be on the roof.
Joel Oguta, OHR’s Agricultural Coordinator has been attending business training from Ampath. The farm is doing well, though it is a very dry season, however, soon the rains will come and the farm will recover from the shock from the heat, which has affected most plants. Joel has also been participating in the business trainings and said they will really help him on the farm.

Construction of the VCT wing has kicked off and in a few months time we will be having a new building at the center to host VCT, clinical activities for care and treatment, a small store and a Library. We appeal to anyone reading our website and is interested in donating a book or books to our library.