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The annual report for 2021 is now available. It talks about the achievements of the organisation and demonstrates its impact. It acknowledges all the solidarity within the communities that supported people in need and illustrates this with some examples. We wish to express our gratitude for all the small and big contributions that were made in the spirit of St. Martin CSA.

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In view of the World Social Work Day 2022 (15th March), St. Martin CSA has organised a conference in Nyahururu on 7th April to celebrate the day. 45 organisations involved in social work from the Laikipia and neighbouring counties have attended and exchanged their experiences. Following the theme of the day, "Co-Building a New Eco-Social World: Leaving No One Behind", we explored possibilities of collaboration and partnering. Watch the recording of the event.

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There are many ways to violate the rights of a child. In the area where St. Martin CSA is working, neglect is one of the most common. How far this can lead is shown by the story of Jane.

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In Kenya, one in three women and one in five men have experienced an episode of sexual violence before attaining the age of 18. About 41 per cent of married women and 11 per cent of men have experienced physical or sexual violence.  The Community Programme of Peace and Reconciliation uses a multi-sectoral, survivor-centred approach to supporting survivors of sexual violence. Over the years, there have been several capacity-building sessions for various stakeholders and duty-bearers on best practices when it comes to handling survivors of sexual-based violence (SBV).

An article in the March 2022 issue of the Pay Lumina Magazine.

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