Young Lasallians from Mwangaza College in Nakuru made a visit to a children’s home with the aim of putting a smile on the faces of the children at the orphanage. The visit was under the campaign “Friends among Friends for the Kids.” The Arap Moi children’s home is named after the second president of Kenya, Daniel Arap Moi. It is located in Nakuru in the East African rift valley and caters for the whole region. Many of the kids in this home had found themselves displaced as a result of the 2007-2008 post-election skirmishes which rocked Kenya following the hotly contested general election.
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Fifteen Student Brothers of the International Scholasticate in Nairobi held their annual retreat at Taboo Hill retreat center located in Nyahururu in central Kenya from 10th to 16th July 2016.The retreat was facilitated by Bro. Peter Kombe the Principal of St. Mary’s boys in Nyeri. During the week-long retreat, the Brothers focused their reflection, prayer and sharing on the theme, “Religious life in the contemporary society”.Some of the points for reflection included the validity of religious life in Africa today,the act of been human, the call to serve, the challenges involved and the vowed life focusing on the element of detachment.
The committee for the creation of an African Lasallian University (ULaSalle) met in the Regional House from July 17 to 18, 2016. Seven Brothers including the members of the Regional Team took part in the meeting whose main purpose was to reflect on the implementation of the proposal 14 of the strategic Plan 2016-2021 RELAF. “Expanding the existing network of higher education institutions by creating a Lasallian university in the Region.”
“Never stop praying my dear Brothers,” this was the word of encouragement from Bro. Ghebreyesus the Visitor of Lwanga District of Africa during the first profession of vows of the three Novice Brothers. The event took place on Saturday July 9th 2016 at De La Salle International Novitiate, Nairobi Kenya. The newly professed Brothers are Samuel Onyango, Titus Yinaga, and Rezene Endale of Kenya, Nigeria and Ethiopia respectively. The vows were received by Bro. Ghebreyesus, Visitor of Lwanga District of Africa.