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The ceremony was also attended by our partners and collaborators ranging from government officials, religious leaders, civil societies and other community representatives. These people have been a storing pillar without which our work would have been impossible or would bear little or no fruits. Since the outbreak of COVID 19, our partners and friends based in Nairobi have not had an opportunity to visit St. Martin and it is for this reason that we decided to organise  an additional celebration at the Dimesse Sisters’ in Karen.  A third celebration was held by Atantemani, a St. Martin solidarity group based in Italy where we joined virtually and got to update each other with what is happening in St. Martin.

As we come close to the end of the year, we want to pass our gratitude to our partners, donors, friends and supporters for their commitment in supporting our mission. Special gratitude to our volunteers for giving themselves to the service of the beneficiaries. We hope and pray that the experience of Saint Martin of Tours will inspire us to find joy in the service that we offer in our different capacities.  

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