Appropriate Paper-based Technology
In L'Arche Kenya we use Appropriate Paper-based Technology (APT) to convert cartons into disability rehabilitation assistive devices e.g.a carton chair or standing frame.
The products are light to carry, affordable, easy to make, safe to use and maintain which makes them appropriate for children with developmental issues and other conditions like cerebral palsy. Users are able to attain head control, trunk control, use of upper and lower limbs, concentration and interaction with other children in play. Caregivers can easily move them from one place to another.
A Gardening Birthday
n January, we officially celebrated Effatha Home's 13th Birthday as we welcomed our core members back to work.
We used the opportunity to officially open our Urban Vertical Garden where we have planted over 4,032 seedlings of various vegetables. This is one of the projects that have been enabled by the Stretching Our Limits - Up Mt. Kenya by Wheelchair Campaign in 2019
L'Arche Family Day
From Kenya to New Zealand, Slovenia to Syria,France to Canada,we connected,enjoyed learning art from around the world and made origami from Japan, drew flowers from Ukraine and day of the dead skulls from Mexico.We sang, danced, prayed, and shared stories virtually, in diverse languages, to celebrate our L'Arche family!
Shopping Spree 2020
L’Arche Kenya invites you to join our heartfelt reach out to support the needs of people with intellectual disabilities through donation of food stuffs and other basic accessories. With your loving gestured we are able to share our love with persons with intellectual disabilities.
Launch of the new strategic plan
August 2020 L'Arche kenya Launched 5yrs strategic plan

We also took the time to give a brief explanation of the visual content to the members present...

The new strategic plan will help us in becoming more intentional in our approaches while remaining faithful to the L’Arche founding values of Compassion, Competence, Communion and Outward fruitfulness..
Our improved bakery
Our bakery workshop is now back in full operation and in a big way with the new equipment acquired from our last year's Mt. Kenya Climb fundraising campaign. We can now comfortably make biscuits, tea buns, rock buns, samosas, mandazis, sausages, pizza name it... A big Thank You to all those who contributed last year !
Giving masks
For many years, we have continued to receive weekly donations from our friends in the Nyahururu Fresh Vegetable market. As a sign of gratitude and care, today we have given them face masks with them so that they continue with their businesses amid COVID-19 pandemic and still be safe. 
The new normal
t's a slow but sure return to the New Normal, especially for our members who have not been able to work from home...Our staff and clients visiting our premises will be required to strictly follow the laid down guidelines in the fight against COVID-19.
Stop the Corono Virus
With its Outreach Programme L'Arche Kenya has joined the efforts to remediate the effects o the pandemic on poor households.

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