Welcome to KCDN

This is KCDN, an Environmental Management, Economic Empowerment and Poverty Eradication Civil Society.

We welcome you to our site. Kindly feel free to share with us your thoughts. Ideas that add value will be appreciated. Ideas that want to make us improve our physical environment will be welcome. And more so, ideas that redirect us from the lost cause will be of immense value.

It is us who will improve the lot of our Environment, our Economy and make Kenya a Clean Country, where People join hands to work for our own Economic Emancipation and where Municipal Solid Waste Management is looked at as a resource, not as waste.

We need to set the standards in this region of the World and become the referral point in how a people can join hands and work for their own Economic Liberation, where waste can be used as raw material and become a source of employment for our people.

Our collective actions will surely make a difference. This is why in partnership with our Key Strategic Partners- The Public Service Transformation Department, the National Environment Management Authority, the Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources, the Ministry of Public Health and Sanitation,other key Ministries, the Local Authorities in Kenya, the Provincial Administration, A Better World, Akiba Uhaki Foundation and other Partners, we are moving deliberately in sensitizing and mobilizing Kenyans to work towards A Clean Kenya where waste is separated at source.

And this is why we are inviting Kenyans to join with us in The Clean Kenya Campaign and be a Member of Kimisho Sacco Society Ltd

Welcome.

Odhiambo T Oketch,
Team Leader & Executive Director,
KCDN, KSSL, KICL & TCKC,
Tel; 0724 365 557,
Email; komarockswatch@yahoo.com, kimishodevelopment@gmail.com
Website; www.kcdnkenya.org.

Friday, November 29, 2013

Clean Kenya @ 50; an Invitation

Dear Friends and Partners.
Listen up and kindly read this.
When we launched The Monthly Nationwide Clean-up Campaign in September 2010 in Nairobi, we went against all the grain and we are happy with the success story we recorded for the 1st Circle of The Clean Kenya Campaign- TCKC.
We chose not to respond to any call for proposals and instead, opted to invite support and partnership from those who believed we were doing the right thing. And we got this beyond our imagination. Men, Women and Institutions came forward and we are happy we all jointly made The 1st Circle of The Clean Kenya Campaign a success.
We were also far more impressed by the voluntary response and participation from many Kenyans in the Towns that we visited- Nairobi, Mombasa, Eldoret, Kisii, Kisumu, Kakamega, Nyeri, Naivasha and Kiambu.
It was the same story everywhere we went; many people enthusiastically joining with us to help make some change. And the response from the Government and the Municipal Councils was equally great. They came with working tools and equipment besides their staff members also joining with us. The Corporates were not left behind- some donated working tools which we promptly gave to the Councils.
We must also appreciate the many political leaders who joined with us. We have noted that the Governors have energized the process and now, it is time to join up with them.
Even though The 1st Circle of The Clean Kenya Campaign was by and large a success story, we had our low moments when mercenaries on hire berated us. But we took those in our strides and soldiered on. We also had severe financial challenges to effectively run the Campaign the best way we wanted. But still, we must appreciate our Partners who ensured the work was done. We want to make special mention of The Public Service Transformation Department, Akiba Uhaki Foundation, A Better World/SOFDI, Phoenix Aviation and the many more who joined with us. You are our heroes.
We are launching The 2nd Circle of The Clean Kenya Campaign and it is going to be exciting, informative and educative. We want to roll out our experience with the 1st Campaign and work for results within 11 Months.
We want to also address those areas that did not give us structured strength. We are starting by forming an Organizing Committee that will be broad based. We will have our 1st meeting at the Nema Offices in Nairobi at Nyayo House on the 3rd Dec and the rest will follow in an organized manner.
Secondly, we are reaching out to all those who gave us support in the 1st Circle and to all new Partners so that we can structure our support and partnership for The 2nd Circle. This will help us plan for the 11 Monthly Campaigns we are going to organize for the next 11 Months.
Nyeri Mayor Cllr Edward Muteru leading by example in Nyeri during our Campaign there in August 2011
We are motivated by the experience we have gathered from across the World. Such Campaigns are supported by a Team of Dedicated Friends who offer their Financial Support on a Structured Monthly Basis. We are hence inviting Two Categories of Structured Members;
a] Individuals
  1. Gold Members of TCKC- Those who will enroll at Kshs 2,000.00 and above per Month
  2. Silver Members of TCKC- Those who will enroll at between Kshs 1,000.00 and Kshs 1,999.00 PM
  3. Bronze Members of TCKC-  Those who will enroll at between Kshs 5,00.00 and Kshs 999.00 PM
b] Corporate and Institutions- We will reach out to these Partners and work on some Structured Partnership/
All those who would like to support us can reach us through our Barclays Bank of Kenya Mpesa Pay Bill No. 303030 payable to our Account No. 082 152 5543. Or still, you may call the under signed for details.
The 2nd Circle of The Clean Kenya Campaign will be led by;
  1. Mr. Odhiambo T Oketch- Executive Director
  2. Mr. Daniel Moi- Finance and Administration Manager,
  3. Ms Winnie Gikonyo- Project Manager- Mobilization and Registration
  4. Mr. Chris Sunday- Project Manager- Environmental Management, and
  5. Ms Anne Elizabeth Cook- Head- Strategy and Planning, and
  6. The Organizing Committee
All Kenyans are invited to help by keeping their immediate neighbourhoods clean
Mmmmm. The Clean Kenya @ 50 is going to cover 11 Villages in Nairobi and it is going to be real transformative.

Odhiambo T Oketch,
Executive Director,
The Clean Kenya Campaign-TCKC,
PO Box 47890-00100,
Nairobi, Kenya.
Tel; +254 724 365 557,
The Clean Kenya Campaign is an Initiative of KCDN Kenya


Thursday, November 21, 2013

Kenya- Dirty at 50

Dear Friends,
We had taken some break from The Monthly Nationwide Clean-up Campaigns because we wanted to give the Governors time to settle.
We have given them enough time, and from January 2014, we will be rolling out a Clean-up Campaign with some difference.
We want the process to be educative and economical, and as such, we are inviting all our Partners across Kenya to roll out in partnership with the County Governments.
Kenya is hitting 50 and it is very shameful that we cannot address our waste issues. We are still stuck with shifting waste from one place to another and our Directors of Environment are proudly calling that Waste Management.
Let us roll our sleeves and make Kenya Clean.
Oto

A Gift of Life- Thank You LORD

Dear Friends,
Today, as I celebrate the support I got from my Friends, I must start by appreciating the Gift of Life from our LORD. He has seen me and many of us through rough and tough times. In Him I am.
The last 16 Days have been rough and tough. My only Elder Brother Gideon Onyango Oketch died on the 5th Nov. Then my Maternal Unlce- Mzee Awich died on the 7th Nov. Then my GrandMother Rebeca Oduor and our Management Committee Member at Kimisho Ms Rose Dwalo died on the 10th Nov. 4 people so dear to me in many special ways died in a span of 5 Days.
Who am I not to praise our LORD for his love?
Many Friends condoled with me. A few joined us at Mariwa for the funeral arrangements for my Brother. And many Friends went a step forward and shared in their resources with me. You guys made me strong. You made us strong as a Family and I must appreciate all of you.
We laid Gideon to rest on the 16th Nov, Uncle Awich on the 19th Nov, and GrandMa Rebeca on the 20th Nov. We will lay Mama Rose to rest on the 29th Nov, and I want to invite your support to enable us be part of this Celebration of Life. Those who can help us Celebrate the life of Mama Rose, kindly join with us and reach me on my phone- 0724 365 557.
I bet the best gift we can give to our departed at this moment in time is to condole with the Family and if possible, join in with our resources to help with the funeral programmes.
It has not been easy, but your Prayers and Support made it easy. I must hence appreciate the following Friends for their Support. You made me bury my Brother and please kindly accept my and our appreciation;
  1. Mr. Jacob Narengo
  2. Mr. Leonard Amollo
  3. Mr. Charles Obiero
  4. Ms Mary Asiko
  5. Ms Doreen Oketch
  6. Ms Selline Oketch
  7. Ms Alice Oketch
  8. Mr. Steve Oketch
  9. Ms Pamela Oketch
  10. Mr. Walter Odundo
  11. Mr. Onesmus Muriuki
  12. Ms Lillian Mahiri-Zaja
  13. Mr. Joseph Othieno
  14. Mr. Leonard Obidha
  15. Bishop Johannes Angela
  16. Mr. Davis Odhiambo
  17. Ms Elizabeth Jessie
  18. Mr. Titus Simiyu
  19. Dr Robert Ayisi
  20. Ms Claire Obiero
  21. Mr. Samuel Omedo
  22. Mr. Raymond Cheruiyot Langat
  23. Mr. Som Dibogo
  24. Mr. Mike Gwala
  25. Mr. Francis Olwala
  26. Ms Louise Waweru
  27. Ms Beatrice Sungura
  28. Mr. Robert Oyiembo
  29. Mr. Tubmun Otieno
  30. Eng Nicholas Odwar
  31. Prof PLO Lumumba
  32. Mr. Justus Owala
  33. Ms Caroline Juma
  34. Mr. George Obara
  35. Mr. Joseph Kohogo
  36. Dr Abraham Singoei
  37. Mr. Hezbon Omondi
  38. Bishop James Ouka
  39. Hon Gideon Ochanda
  40. Dr Edwin Otieno
  41. Ms Jemima Achieng
  42. Ms Judith Omboko
  43. Ms Irene Wasike
  44. Ms Janet Winnie Ogot
  45. Mr. Samson Olendo
  46. Mr. Kennedy Okwirry
  47. Mr. Aloyce Omondi
  48. Mr. Mourice Nyateng'
  49. Ms Maria Ngunyi.
May the good Lord grant us more and assure us of His Gift of Life. And may He protect us from the satanic forces roaming His Earth at will.
Peace and blessings.

Odhiambo T Oketch,
Executive Director,
The Clean Kenya Campaign-TCKC,
PO Box 47890-00100,
Nairobi, Kenya.
Tel; +254 724 365 557,
The Clean Kenya Campaign is an Initiative of KCDN Kenya

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

The Death of Ms Rose Dwallo- Kimisho

Dear Friends, Partners and Members,
It is with a heavy heart that I am announcing the death of Ms Rose Dwallo in the grisly road accident that involved a Trailer and Easy Coach at Salgaa area yesterday.
Ms Rose Dwallo is seated on the far left
Rose was a jovial Lady, retired, and a Member of the Management Committee of Kimisho Savings and Credit Co-operative Society Ltd. We will keep you posted on any updates. May the good Lord rest her soul in eternal peace.
It is also with a heavy heart that I am announcing the death of Ms Rebecca Oduor at about 4pm yesterday at Bondo District Hospital. Rebecca is my Grandmother and I was with Mwalimu Joash Polo- her son, my Uncle, upto Kisumu as I was traveling back from Home. May the good Lord rest her soul in eternal peace.
Lastly, I was at home to oversee the final arrangements for the burial of my late Brother Gideon, and as usual, funerals are difficult. I am still inviting my Friends, Relatives and any well wisher for their support. We will bury him on the 16th November 2013 and any support that we can receive is most welcome.
I can be reached on my phone; 0724 365 557 and or through any other convenient means.
It is the season of anomy, and we simply surrender the power of providence to Him who is Mighty. May the good Lord grant us His love and support.

Odhiambo T Oketch,
Executive Director,
The Clean Kenya Campaign-TCKC,
PO Box 47890-00100,
Nairobi, Kenya.
Tel; +254 724 365 557,
The Clean Kenya Campaign is an Initiative of KCDN Kenya

Friday, November 8, 2013

Pole Hon Aduma Owuor

Dear Friends,
It is very shocking that a group of Kenyans, in this age and time, can plan the brutal killing of the parents of Hon Joshua Aduma Owuor, in the dead of the night without the police having any idea about it.
It is more tragic because Mr. Aduma's home is far in the interior, almost near Nyabondo, yet, the borderline is so far. It simply means, these murderers must have been ferried to the home, and ferried back to where they came from.
It is so tragic that the proceedings at the Hague seems not to be solving our issues. If men can descend on such Elders with impunity and murder them in this cruel fashion, then, we must all say no to the ICC process and develop our own internal mechanisms that can take care of our own conflicts.
It also means that we must abolish the Police Force because they have proved incapable of maintaining law and order. They are as rudderless about crime and crime planning just like us, and they react to situations just like any other ordinary Kenyan. We do not need The Kenya Police Force. We must all roll up our sleeves and take care of our own lives.
I join with all Peace Loving Kenyans in morning the cruel murder of Hon Aduma's parensts. May the good Lord give comfort and strength to the Aduma Family, and moreso to Hon Aduma Owuor during this trying moment.
May the Good Lord grant them eternal rest and peace.

Odhiambo T Oketch,
CEO KCDN
Tel; +254 724 365 557
Email; kimishodevelopment@gmail.com
Email; komarockswatch@yahoo.com

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Death in the Family- Gideon Onyango Oketch

Dear Friends,
Last night at 9.30pm, we lost my only Elder Brother.
The late Gideon Onyango Oketch has been sick for a short while. He developed some complications and we rushed him to Hospital where he was admitted, but sadly, he left us at 9.30pm.
We will take him Home on Friday the 15th Nov and lay him to rest on the 16th Nov at Hula Kodero, Yimbo East Location of Bondo District.
I want to invite your prayers and support as we face this hard reality that death has become. May the good Lord rest the soul of my dear Brother in Eternal Peace, and may he give me the resources to face this hard reality.

Odhiambo T Oketch,
CEO KCDN
Tel; +254 724 365 557
Email; kimishodevelopment@gmail.com
Email; komarockswatch@yahoo.com

Sunday, November 3, 2013

Twin Celebrations for The Clean Kenya Campaign today

Dear Friends,
Today we are celebrating two issues that are close to our hearts.
1; Gor Mahia Football Club are being crowned the KPL 2013 League Champions and we are elated at The Clean Kenya Campaign-TCKC. We have had our own small history with Gor Mahia Players and as such, I did promise that we will give them Kshs 50,000.00 if they win the League. I will present our contribution to The Gor Mahia Team Captain on Tuesday the 5th Nov and as I write, I am happy that the following Friends of TCKC have made the following contributions;

  1. Dr. Kori Singoei- Kshs 2,000.00
  2. Ms Elizabeth Ouda- Kshs 1,000.00
  3. Rev Sam Oketch- Kshs 1,000.00
  4. Mr. Steven Ireri- Kshs 2,000.00
  5. Mr. Odhiambo T Oketch- Kshs 2,000.00

From L-T; Deputy Coach John Bobby Ogolla, Oto, Team Manager Tom Ogweno, Coach Logarusic and Otieno Sungu when we went to present The Gor Mahia Team with Certificates of Appreciations in Septemeber 2012
Many Friends have talked with me and pledged their support which I will announce as soon as I receive the same. I will present what I will have with me on Tuesday the 5th November 2013 and we shall have done our bit as well for the players.
2; TCKC has rolled out our Economic Empowerment, Revival and Transformation Initiative from our Buru Buru office. I am happy with the Team that we have assembled and tomorrow, we will unveil this Team.
Our agenda is real simple. We can solve most of our economic problems by ourselves if only we can join hands and work as a Team. We are happy with the Partners who have joined us in this great Initiative and I must thank The Poverty Eradication Commission for their advice and support so far.
We identified the cost of living and the cost of finance as the two major issues Kenyans face across during our Monthly Nationwide Clean-up Campaigns and we have decided to do something about it.
This Initiative is open to all Kenyans- youths, women, business people and those in employment.
We will be releasing our Brochures by Friday 9th Nov for distributions to all our Members across the Country.
We are reaching out to more Institutions for support and Partnership.

Odhiambo T Oketch,
Executive Director,
The Clean Kenya Campaign-TCKC,
PO Box 47890-00100,
Nairobi, Kenya.
Tel; +254 724 365 557,
The Clean Kenya Campaign is an Initiative of KCDN Kenya

Thursday, October 31, 2013

Rolling Table Banking and Investment Club out

Dear Members,
When we identified the cost of living and the cost of finance as the twin issues that affect many Kenyans, I was moved and I discussed this with the leadership of The Clean Kenya Campaign-TCKC. I was invited on Radio and I gave our presentation which captured the attention of many people.
Many people across Kenya called me and many decided to join hands with me. We at TCKC then decided to form Kimisho Community Development Network as a vehicle through which we would mobilize willing members towards our Economic Empowerment Programme as we work towards forming a Sacco Society.
I was impressed when the initial membership sent their Registration Fee through my phone. We had Kimisho Registered in May and duly opened an account for the same at KCB Kipande House Branch. I then instructed all our Members to stop sending their Registration Fee through my Phone and instead, to send the same through our Bank Accounts which I made public.
I am happy many did that, and as I write, we have placed a caveat on the same account because we want to now isolate the Sacco Shares and the Investment Savings and place them in the right accounts. Kimisho Sacco Society Ltd has duly also been Registered and a Management Committee elected to run her affairs. We have passed all the necessary documents to the District Co-operative Officer- Embakasi and we are now awaiting the opening of the Sacco Bank Account which we will duly inform all our Members. Kimisho Savings Society Ltd is open to all our Members who want to save, wait for six months and borrow three times what they have saved. We will be strict with this since we want to comply with the Sacco Regulations to the letter.
L-R; John Bobby Ogolla, Oto, Team Manager, Coach, Otieno Sungu and others when we presented the Gor Players with Certificates of Appreciation for having joined with The Clean Kenya Campaign during the World Environment Day in 2012
Secondly, we had promised to present Kshs 50,000.00 to the Gor Mahia Players if they win the 2013 KPL League. They have done so, and now, I am inviting willing Friends and Members to help us raise this ammount for onward transmission to the Gor Mahia Players. I want to sincerely thank the following Friends for indicating their support;
  1. Mr. Odhiambo T Oketch- Kshs 2,000.00
  2. Dr Korir Singoei- Kshs 2,000.00
  3. Ms Elizabeth Ouda- Kshs 1,000.00
  4. Rev Samuel Oketch,
  5. Hon John Omondi Ogutu,
  6. Ms Millicent Ogwel
  7. Mr. Ricky Omondi
I am looking forward to us presenting this money to the Gor Mahia Players on or around 9th November. I will talk with the Team Captain to enable us agree on the date.
At the same time, we have opened offices for The Clean Kenya Campaign- TCKC at Buru Buru Business Complex, and from the 1st of November 2013, we will be rolling out our Table Banking Initiative and the Investment Club.
We are happy with the many Members who have been calling me seeking directions and the way forward. I am also happy with the Members who have started Registering for our Table Banking Initiative and the Investment Club.
It will never be easy, and I want to confirm to all our Members that we at The Clean Kenya Campaign-TCKC are committed to our ideals. We talked about our Economic Empowerment, Revival and Transformation and this is exactly what we are delivering to our Members.
As a consequence, all Sacco matters will be handled by the Management Committee for Kimisho Sacco Society Ltd, and we at The Clean Kenya Campaign-TCKC will continue with our other programmes.
We will be circulating the account number for the Sacco as soon as we have it. We will then transfer all the moneys we have at KCB and Co-op Bank to either the Sacco Account or to The Clean Kenya Campaign accounts for the Investment Club.
Lastly, all those who want to join us in our Economic Empowerment, Revival and Transformation are free to do so by paying a non-refundable Registration Fee of Kshs 500.00 through our Barclays Bank Account. You can write to me or call me for details.
Remember, this is your chance to drive your own affairs. The Clean Kenya Campaign-TCKC only lends you a shoulder to lean on.

Odhiambo T Oketch,
Executive Director,
The Clean Kenya Campaign-TCKC,
PO Box 47890-00100,
Nairobi, Kenya.
Tel; +254 724 365 557,
The Clean Kenya Campaign is an Initiative of KCDN Kenya

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Congratulating Gor Mahia 2013

Dear Friends,
Our partnership and friendship with Gor Mahia Football Club is now known. In 2012, the Gor Mahia players led by their Captain Jerry Onyango and Vice Chair Dave joined with us in celebrating the World Environment Day at Muthurwa along Landhies Road.
We appreciated this by giving the entire Gor Mahia Football Team Certificates of Appreciation.
L-R; John Bobby Ogolla, Odhiambo T Oketch, TM Ogweno, Gor Coach Logarusic, and Otieno Sungu when we went to present the Gor Mahia Team with Certificates of Appreciation last year at City Stadium
Sometimes in June 2013, I was hosted at Radio Ramogi and the issue of Gor Mahia winning the League cropped up. I made a pledge on Radio that as Friends, we will appreciate the Players in our own small way if they win the KPL League. Things have gone full circle, and now, Gor Mahia FC are the new KPL League Champs 2013. The players have fulfilled their part and won the League. I really doubt if anything will stop them from lifting the League, many fans are saying- Gini wasekawo- meaning, we have taken this thing.
I want hence to join in with the many people who are congratulating Gor Mahia FC for lifting the KPL League Title 2013. As I had promised on Radio, I want to invite Friends who can join with me in raising a minimum of Kshs 50,000.00 for the Players. I know we all have different capacities. I also know that we have some amongst us who will raise Kshs 500,000.00 for the Team. But all that is good. I must appreciate Dr Korir Singoei- a Gor Damu, Hon John Ogutu, Ms Elizabeth Nya gi Gerry from Mombasa, Sam Oketch and a host of Friends who have indicated that they will support.
I also want us to do what we can within our own means. Gor winning the League after 18 years is something worth celebrating. And I am setting the ball rolling with my contribution of Kshs 2,000.00. Dr Korir has supported with Kshs 2,000.00.
Let us join hands and prove once more that we are One Family in this Journey of Hope across Kenya that is The Clean Kenya Campaign.
Congratulations Gor Mahia 2013, and let us invite all our Fans to celebrate with humility.
Odhiambo T Oketch,
Executive Director,
The Clean Kenya Campaign-TCKC,
PO Box 47890-00100,
Nairobi, Kenya.
Tel; +254 724 365 557,

Saturday, October 12, 2013

Kimisho- The Month of October

Dear Members, Friends and Partners,
Kimisho Savings and Credit Co-operative Society Ltd-KSSL is now set. We have been busy setting up structures and seeking partnerships that can add value.
On the 1st of October 2013, we had a very fruitful discussion with the District Social Development Officer for Starehe District in her office at Nyayo House. This was a House Keeping session and was chaired by the District SDO and attended by the following;
  1. Mr. Dismus Obondo- Chair
  2. Ms Merab Akuom- Vice Chair
  3. Mr. Odhiambo T Oketch- Secretary
  4. Mr. Fredrick Banja- Treasurer
  5. Ms Siprose Okweke- Member
  6. Mr. Manasseh Ong'wen- Member
  7. Mr. Joel Akama- Member
  8. Mr. Emmanuel Ayieko- Member, and
  9. Mr. George Ogweno- Member.
On 2nd October 2013, we hosted a second meeting to help move our agenda forward. This was an in-house meeting chaired by Mr. Dismus Obondo and was attended by;
  1. Ms Merab Akuom- Vice Chair
  2. Mr. Odhiambo T Oketch- Secretary
  3. Mr. Fred Banja- Treasurer and
  4. Mr. Joel Akama- Member.
During this meeting, we invited a prospective partner to come and talk with us as a Team and this was exciting.
On 9th October 2013, there was a further meeting between our Chair and our prospective partners at his office. Mr. Joel Akama joined him in the discussions. Again, I can report that great progress was made and now, we will be making official communications and at the appropriate time, we will let our Members know the details of this discussion and partnership.
Lastly, we hosted a joint meeting for the Management and Supervisory Team yesterday the 11th October 2013. This meeting was also attended by the District Co-operative Officer Embakasi District and his Assistant. We also invited some Members from across the Country.
This was a very fruitful discussion and we will follow it up with a Planning Meeting between the Chair, Secretary and the Treasurer on Wednesday the 16th October 2013, and a Mandatory Management Committee Meeting on the 18th October 2013 at 4pm at Seasons Restaurant Nairobi Cinema. All the 9 Members of the Management Committee are requested to attend in person.
The meeting of yesterday was attended by;
  1. Mr. Charles Mureithi- District Co-operative Officer- Embakasi District
  2. Mr. Paul Kibugi- Assistant District Co-operative Officer- Embakasi District
  3. Mr. Dismus Obondo- Chair
  4. Ms Merab Akuom- Vice Chair
  5. Mr. Odhiambo T Oketch- Secretary
  6. Mr. Fred Banja- Treasurer
  7. Ms Judith Ombok- Board Member
  8. Mr. Joel Akama- Member Management Committee
  9. Mr. Victor Onyango Kasera- Secretary Supervisory Committee
  10. Mr. Raphael Adella- Member Kisumu
  11. Ms Lillian Akoth- Member Kisumu
  12. Ms Emili Achieng- Member Kisumu
You must have realized that we went slightly slow on our activities. It was deliberate to enable us put structures in place to enable us take off well.In the meeting of yesterday, the Chairman put a stop to the many meetings that are taking place in Kisumu. We will give clear direction on how our meetings will be held across all Kenya after our meeting of the 18th October 2013.
In the mean time, we are happy that we have made some progress and Members of The KSSL Management Committee are;
  1. Chair- Mr.Dismus Obondo
  2. Vice Chair; Ms Merab Adongo Akuom
  3. Secretary; Mr. Odhiambo T Oketch
  4. Treasurer; Mr. Fred Banja
  5. Committee Member; Ms Rose Mboya Dwallo
  6. Committee Member; Mr. Stephen Otieno Obala
  7. Committee Member; Ms Christine Atieno Mogallo
  8. Committee Member; Mr. George Ogweno Ochieng'
  9. Committee Member; Mr. Joel Owino Akama
Members of our Supervisory Team are;
  1. Ms Lillian Mola Nyawir- Chair
  2. Mr. Victor Onyango Kasera- Secretary, and
  3. Mr. William Ogutu- Member 
May we work as a team and may the good Lord let us roll out and build Kimisho as a Team.

Odhiambo T Oketch,
Secretary
KSSL
PO Box 47890-00100,
Nairobi, Kenya.
Tel; +254 724 365 557,

Friday, October 4, 2013

Kimisho is now all set

Dear Members, Friends and Partners,
Kimisho Savings and Credit Co-operative Society Ltd-KSSL is now set. I have returned all the Forms to the Department of Co-operatives and as from today, the following are the Bona-fide Members of The KSSL Management Committee;
  1. Chair- Mr.Dismus Obondo
  2. Vice Chair; Ms Merab Adongo Akuom
  3. Secretary; Mr. Odhiambo T Oketch
  4. Treasurer; Mr. Fred Banja
  5. Committee Member; Ms Rose Mboya Dwallo
  6. Committee Member; Mr. Stephen Otieno Obala
  7. Committee Member; Ms Christine Atieno Mogallo
  8. Committee Member; Mr. George Ogweno Ochieng'
  9. Committee Member; Mr. Joel Owino Akama
We have also initiated discussions that will seek to have KSSL as an Independent entity. Members will save and borrow as is by Law established.
To this extent, our Table Banking Unit will be managed independently through Kimisho Development Company Ltd. This Unit will group willing Members into Units of 9- maximum 9 Members and minimum 5 Members, and roll out our Table Banking Unit from 1st November 2013.
All Membership and Registration Fee will be paid to Kimisho Community Development Network-KCDN.
We are keen at making Kimisho our Family Unit, and as such, I want to invite all Kimisho Members to be courteous to each other, to show love to each other, and to be your neighbours keeper at all times. Above all, I want to invite all those who have registered as Members to each invite 5 more Friends this Month.
We are starting our roll out programmes and it is going to be exciting. We have surprise partnerships that we are going to unveil in good time.
Let us roll out and build Kimisho as a Team.

Odhiambo T Oketch,
Team Leader/Secretary/ Executive Director,
KCDN, KSSL, KIC,
PO Box 47890-00100,
Nairobi, Kenya.
Tel; +254 724 365 557,

Thursday, September 26, 2013

11th Wave RRI Evaluation at NCC

Dear Friends,
Today, I was involved in an Evaluation Exercise at the Nairobi County Council where we were engaged in Mid-Term Appraisal of the 11th Wave of the Rapid Results Initiative.
With RRI Team Members from the Department of Education at The Naiorbi County Council
Service Delivery has been an issue most Counties are grappling with across Kenya, and I am happy that I was once again invited to be an Evaluator during this important exercise.
At Kimisho, we firmly believe that we must join hands with our Government and County Governments to add value to our lives.
Kenyans are facing serious issues that can be well attended to only if we join hands as One Family under God. We have made that first step in creating that Unity of Purpose and we are doing all within our capabilities to pool our resources together in pursuit of our ideals.
Let us all join hands and work with our Government Agencies in pursuit of our National Ideals as a people.

Odhiambo T Oketch,
Team Leader/Secretary/ Executive Director,
KCDN, KSSL, KIC,
PO Box 47890-00100,
Nairobi, Kenya.
Tel; +254 724 365 557,

Sunday, September 22, 2013

Our Condolences to all those killed

Dear Friends,
It is with a deep sense of sorrow and patriotism that I want to send our messages of condolences to the families of all those who have died in the Westgate Mall Attack.
At Kimisho, we preach love and peace and we are constantly inviting Kenyans to pool together as we face our twin daily challenges of the cost of living and the cost of finance. We are really saddened that when we were supposed to be observing the International World Peace Day, a bunch of ingrates dared us this so badly.
The sad part of it is that these cowards opened fire on innocent civilians going about their business. It is so cowardly to fire on Women and Children, and yet, this is what these ingrates did. If they had issues with the Kenya Defense Forces, why could they simple not just blast their way into Kahawa Barracks? Why blast your way into a Mall and kill people who are defenseless?
At Kimisho, we want to commend our Security Forces for responding to this threat in good time and effecting the safe evacuation of more that 1,000 shoppers from the Mall. It is sad that a few more people are still holed up as human shield for these ingrates.
We are also joining our political leaders in coming together and talking with one voice on this. We are One Family and NO one will break our resolve and spirit as Kenyans. The President captured this so aptly when he said that we must remain brave as the Lions on our Coat of Arms. He also captured our mood by promising swift and painful retribution.
This is what we need as a Country. We must hit back so swiftly, painfully and so hard. This is what the Israelis do to all those who attempt such acts on their people. The President must instruct our Security Forces to hit back so hard and the perpetrators must be tracked down to their bedrooms.
We must seal all our porous borders and up our security surveillance. The President may also need to Kenyanize the composition of the Top Security Organs in the Country and make it a truly Kenyan affair. We must never domesticate Security Issues for our Country. We are all Kenyans and a joint effort and trust in each other is what we need.
May the good Lord grant all of us His peace. May He rest the souls of all those departed in Peace, and may He grant solace to all those who have been afflicted, injured and hospitalized.
As a People, may we all join hands in our Journey of Hope as Kenyans

Odhiambo T Oketch,
Team Leader/Secretary/ Executive Director,
KCDN, KSSL, KIC,
PO Box 47890-00100,
Nairobi, Kenya.
Tel; +254 724 365 557,

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Kimisho growing in Kisumu

Dear Members, Friends and Partners,
Kimisho is growing well and I want to sincerely commend all our Team Leaders in Kisumu, Bondo, Mombasa, Nairobi and Busia for the hard work they are putting in. We have made some good in-roads to Muhoroni, Nakuru, Kericho, Homa Bay and Migori and shortly, these places will start being vibrant.
We want to register 10,000 Members in the Month of October to enable us set up our Foundation firmly. And we are inviting all our Members to be our agents in this Massive Registration of Members.
I was back in Kisumu yesterday for another round of meeting with our Team Leaders from Kisumu County and I was impressed with their commitment to the growth of Kimisho in the County.
Kimisho is our response to the hard Economic Times. I want to invite even those in employment to join with us. Our products are attractive, friendly and affordable.
KUSCCO is closing their advertisement for a General Manager for us on the 20th September 2013 and interviews for the same will be conducted on the 25th September 2013. The lucky Person who will join Kimisho as our 1st GM has work to do. He/she will work with us in the Month of October to set up systems that we have not done. I am keen on us setting up our Integrated Website and an Integrated Sacco Management System that will serve our Members in Real Time. We must put all this in place in October before our Team of the GM, the Chief Accountant, our ICT Manager, and a Secretary join up with me in the Executive Wing of Kimisho. S/he will also ensure that we are complaint to all statutory obligations.
Building Kimisho has not been an easy affair. I have put my best in the process and I want all our Team Members to pull in the same direction. We know what has befell such initiatives before, and as The Team Leader for Kimisho, I will not allow us to go that direction. I talked of a Vision and only those who share in this Vision are invited to this Family.
I am happy many who heard me talk on Radio about our Economic Empowerment and Revival had the confidence to send their Registration Fee to me directly on my Mpesa Line. We have done a lot of work and now, all those who are joining are directed to Pay Kshs 500.00 Registration Fee through our KCB Mpesa Pay Bill Number 522522 to our Account 114 2400 913.
As I had promised, I will put in place all efforts to make Kimisho work. Once the GM and his/her Team join with me. it will be all systems go. We will be at the immediate service of all our Members. And it is going to be an exciting Journey of Hope across Kenya.
One thing I want to keep reminding our Members, what we have so far done did not happen by itself. It happened because you all trusted in my word, sent me your Registration Fee, and I was able to then engage the relevant agencies. I have been able to make all this happen because of you.
We are embarking on working on our Register of Members, an Integrated Website and our Integrated Sacco Management System which must be in place before end of October, and once more, this will be powered by Members Registration Fee. We will not touch on the Savings that we have so far received.
It is hence my pleasure to invite all of us to join with us in this Journey of Hope across Kenya as we determine our own Economic Empowerment.

Odhiambo T Oketch,
Team Leader/Secretary/ Executive Director,
KCDN, KSSL, KIC,
PO Box 47890-00100,
Nairobi, Kenya.
Tel; +254 724 365 557,

Monday, September 9, 2013

Kimisho launched in Mombasa

Dear Members, Friends and Partners,
On Saturday the 7th Sept 2013, we met at St Stephens Bomu Catholic Church in Mombasa to launch our Mombasa Kimisho Chapter.
I want to appreciate all those who turned up for this meeting. I want to appreciate our Mombasa Team Leaders Mr. Mourice Nyateng and Ms Elizabeth Amolo for their drive. I also want to appreciate Hon Mary Akinyi MCA for also gracing our occasion.
Kimisho Mombasa; Mourice is seated on the Left while Hon Mary Akinyi is standing on the far Right.
The Kimisho Meeting at St Stephens Bomu Catholic Church and the kind of reception we received is a fitting start to our Mombasa Campaign.
Secondly, Kimisho is opening doors to all Kenyans across our Country. We are also keen at enrolling those who are in regular employment to be our Members. We firmly believe that as a Team, we can cushion ourselves against the high cost of living and the high cost of finance.
We are recruiting a General Manager for the Sacco and he or she will be in office as from the 1st of October 2013.
Kimisho is going to be Our Family Unit in Our Journey of Hope across Kenya. You are all welcome.

Odhiambo T Oketch,
Team Leader/Secretary/ Executive Director,
KCDN, KSSL, KIC,
PO Box 47890-00100,
Nairobi, Kenya.
Tel; +254 724 365 557,

Friday, September 6, 2013

Kimisho coming to Mombasa

Dear Members, Friends and Partners,
We are headed for Mombasa tomorrow the 7th September 2013 where we are going to meet with our Members and those who want to Register as Members at 10am at St Stephens Bomu Catholic Church.
Group Photo after Registration and Consultations in Bondo at the ACK Cathedral on the 3rd Sept 2013
Kimisho Sacco Society Ltd- KSSL is taking root and we are firm on a few things;
  1. We are building KSSL through our Membership and Registration Fee. We are also appreciating the support that we are receiving from our Members and Friends as we are working on building a strong Foundation for Kimisho. We have done some Polo Tshirts as a means of promoting Kimisho and we are selling them at Kshs 1,000.00 for those who are willing to support us.
  2. Registration Fee for Membership is Kshs 500.00 payable through our KCB Mpesa Pay Bill Number 522522 to our Account Number 114 2400 913. Please get the numbers right. Monthly Shares is pegged at a Minimum of Kshs 200.00 every Month. You can subscribe at whatever figures you want. We then have a Mandatory Monthly Contribution of Kshs 20.00 from all Members to help us with office, logistics and administration.
  3. We are encouraging our Members to save consistently and borrow wisely. We will start loaning out to Members after 6 Months. We are in the process of recruiting a General Manager for KSSL and he will be in charge of our Sacco Society. We are recruiting through KUSCCO- the Kenya Union of Savings and Credit Co-operatives Ltd.
  4. We are encouraging our Members to form themselves in to Table Banking Units of 9 Members and below. We want to cushion ourselves from the hard economic times and the high costs of Finance. 
  5. We are open to those in regular employment as well. They can access bridging finance from us as their needs may require.
  6. Then, we have an Investment Club for those Members who want to invest their funds. This is an Exclusive Club and Membership is by application. We have Terms and Conditions for Club Membership.
Section of Members who attended our Kisumu Meeting at The Kisumu Sports Ground on the 3rd Sept 2013
As we roll all these out, we want to invite you to make Kimisho your Family Unit of choice. We are hence all invited to be partners in this Journey of Hope across Kenya as a Kimisho Family Unit.
Let us share this Good News with Friends and Family.

Odhiambo T Oketch,
Team Leader/Secretary/ Executive Director,
KCDN, KSSL, KIC,
PO Box 47890-00100,
Nairobi, Kenya.
Tel; +254 724 365 557,

Thursday, September 5, 2013

A Cake for Kimisho

Dear Members, Friends and Partners,
The process for Registering New Members to Kimisho has started and on Monday the 2nd Sept 2013, we were in Busia for a very fruitful meeting with our Team Leaders. Ms Mary Akello Omollo is a Member of our Board and she is our Team Leader in Busia. She is being ably supported by Mr. Steven Obala- our Committee Member, Jared, Pst Bramwel Wabwire and others. We also paid a Courtesy Call on the Deputy Governor His Excellency Kizito Wangalwa and opened our Busia Office.
Busia hence becomes our first outlet to have an Office Space.
Our next meeting was at the ACK Cathedral in Bondo on 3rd Sept 2013 where many new Members Registered. Our Bondo Team is led by Rev William Abungu- the Provost of the ACK Cathedral at Bondo and he is now building his Team across Bondo and Rarieda where Mr. William Oigo is doing great. The Bondo Team will be managed from the ACK Church under Rev Abungu.
We then proceeded to Kisumu at 2.00pm where the reception was beyond our imagination- with a Cake to boot. The Kisumu Team under Ms Emily Achieng as Team Leader, Ms Millicent Ogwel as Secretary, and with the support of co-opted Team Members- Tobias Chimba, Margaret, Rose Oliech, Rose Asimba, Lillian Akoth, Dan Hamisi, and others, and with the support from Ms Rose Dwallo- Committee Member, Ms Claire Obiero and Ms Janet Winnie Ogot- Board Members, mobilized their own resources to host our Meet at the Kisumu Sports Ground and the attendance was great.
The Kisumu Team is fired and they are opening an office shortly. 
Kimisho is taking root across Kenya and we are inviting all those who feel like joining us to do so. The cost of living is soaring beyond many of us and the cost of finance remains high. We must join hands as One Family Under God and pool our resources together for our own mutual,economic and social benefits. 

Our membership is open to all Kenyans and our next stop is Mombasa on Saturday the 7th Sept where Mourice and his Team are rearing to go.
At Kimisho, we are promoting three Products;
  1. Kimisho Savings and Credit Co-operative Society Ltd-KSSL, where members are encouraged to save on a Monthly basis and after 6 Months, we will start the process of giving out Loans to our Members. KSSL will be managed by a General Manager and his Team. We have initiated discussions with the Kenya Union of Savings and Credit Co-operatives Ltd- KUSCCO- to start the process of recruiting a General Manager for us.
  2. Kimisho Table Banking Units- where we are organizing our Members in to smaller Units of 9 Members and below for Table Banking Services. Here, Members are given money to support their various small businesses at affordable rates. Members of the Kimisho Table Banking Units must be business people.
  3. Kimisho Investment Club- This is an Exclusive Club of Investors with Terms and Conditions for Membership and Membership is regulated and by application only.
All these products have been Registered and all of them will operate within the Legal Frameworks of the Republic of Kenya.
We have Kimisho Tshirts on sale and any Member who wants the same can reach out to the undersigned as a means of promoting Kimisho.
Let us join hands in this Journey of Hope across Kenya and make Kimisho our Family Unit.
 
Odhiambo T Oketch,
Team Leader/Secretary/ Executive Director,
KCDN, KSSL, KIC,
PO Box 47890-00100,
Nairobi, Kenya.
Tel; +254 724 365 557,

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Kimisho Tours Kenya

Dear Members, Friends and Partners,
We are starting our Mass Registration of Members for Kimisho Savings and Credit Society Ltd on 31st August 2013 at Garden Square at 10am. Those who are willing to join us can attend.
We will then head to Busia where we will be at Zion Temple on Monday the 2nd September at 9.00am. On the same day, we will be at The ACK Cathedral in Siaya at 2.00pm.
On 3rd September 2013, we will be at The ACK Cathedral in Bondo at 9.00am and Kisumu Sports Ground at 2.00pm.
On the 4th September 2013, we will be in Homa Bay at 9.00am, Migori at the Sports Ground at 2.00pm and at Muhuru Bay at 4.00pm.
We are rounding up our Country Tour in Mombasa on the 7th September 2013 at Egerton University Campus at 10.00pm.
Lastly, we will host our first meeting with those who have shown interest in being Members of The Kimisho Investment Club on the 28th September 2013 at 10am. We will inform them of the venue.
We will be having Kimisho Polo T-shirts on sale during this Tour of Duty.
May the good Lord grant us the strength to move with Kenyans in this Journey of Hope across Kenya.
 
Odhiambo T Oketch,
Team Leader/Secretary/ Executive Director,
KCDN, KSSL, KIC,
PO Box 47890-00100,
Nairobi, Kenya.
Tel; +254 724 365 557,

Saturday, August 24, 2013

Kimisho visits The Communication Centre

23rd August 2013
Dear Members, Friends and Partners,
Today at 11.00am, we paid a Courtesy Call at The Communication Centre where we were received by Ms Faridah Karoney- the Editorial Director- Royal Media Services Ltd and taken round by Ms Winnie Kungania- Head of Radio Muuga.
Our Treasurer Mr. Fred Banja and I had gone to The Royal Media Services Ltd to appreciate and acknowledge The Media House for her outstanding, educative, innovative and transformative ways of News Anchoring and Journalism.
Odhiambo T Oketch presenting a Cerificate and Letter of Appreciation to Ms Winnie Kungania for The Royal Media Services Ltd. Mr. Ben Oluoch Okello and Mr. Fred Banja look on
All the Stations run by the Royal Media Services Ltd have maintained decent levels of civility and decorum and are a joy to Family Listening. You will never be ashamed listening to their programmes even in the company of your Mother-in-Law.
Secondly, The Royal Media Services Ltd, especially The Power Breakfast Show and Radio Ramogi have hosted Odhiambo T Oketch several times on topical issues that have impacted very positively with many Kenyans and it is out of such partnerships that The Clean Kenya Campaign-TCKC, Kimisho Community Development Network-KCDN and Kimisho Sacco Society Ltd have been born.
We hence decided as The Kimisho Family to also show our appreciation by offering the following;
  1. To The Royal Media Services Ltd- our Letter and Certificate of Appreciation in honouring how they have maintained civility and decorum in the way their Journalists anchor their Programmes.
  2. To The Power Breakfast Show- our Letter and Certificate of Appreciation in honouring their incisive news analysis and programme hosting.
  3. To Radio Ramogi FM- our Letter and Certificate of Appreciation in honouring their incisive news analysis and programme hosting. Besides, we presented Mr. Ben Oluoch Okello with 19 Bibles in support of his weekly morning devotion. This has been really uplifting to many.
  4. To Radio Citizen- our Letter and Certificate of Appreciation in honouring their incisive news analysis and programme hosting. Mr. Lincoln Njogu has been outstanding here with his witty analysis.
  5. To Cheche- our Letter and Certificate of Appreciation in honouring their incisive news analysis and programme hosting.
  6. To Mr. Ben Oluoch Okello- our Letter and Certificate of Appreciation in honouring his morning devotion and Ramogi Baraza Talk Show which has been very informative and educative.
  7. To Mr. Charles Odhiambo- our Letter and Certificate of Appreciation in honouring his late night programme and the Talk Show which has been very informative and educative.
  8. To Mr. Felix Oguyo- our Letter and Certificate of Appreciation in honouring his witty and very informative day time programme.
  9. To Ms Josephine Sirega- our Letter and Certificate of Appreciation in honouring her witty and very informative day time programme.
  10. To Ms Betty Oketch- our Letter and Certificate of Appreciation in honouring her witty and very entertaining weekend late night drive.
  11. To Ms Kanze Dena- our Letter and Certificate of Appreciation in honouring the way they took News anchoring in Kiswahili by storm, and
  12. To Ms Lulu Hassan- our Letter and Certificate of Appreciation in honouring the way they took News anchoring in Kiswahili by storm.
Odhiambo T Oketch presenting Mr. Ben Oluoch Okello with a Certificate and Letter of Appreciation as Mr. Fred Banja and Ms Winnie Kungania look on.
We are One Family who believe that we can unite as a People and make it happen. At Kimisho, we will not seek what the Government can do for us. We will initiate our own process that can compliment what the Government is doing for us. And we will work closely with such Media Partners in driving our Programmes across Kenya.
The Bibles we presented to Mr Okello were graciously donated by the following Kimisho Members;
  1.  Ms Claire Obiero- Kshs 700.00,
  2. Mr. Mourice Okwaroh Nyateng'- Kshs 1,000.00,
  3. Mr. Isayah Odhiambo Bwana- Kshs 5,000.00,
  4. Ms Winfred Mwajuma Ochieng'- Kshs 1,000.00,
  5. Ms Caroline Achieng' Juma- Kshs 1,000.00,
  6. Mr. William Ogutu- Kshs 2,000.00,
  7. Mr. Odhiambo T Oketch- Kshs 1,000.00,
  8. Mr. Fred Banja- 6 Bibles,
  9. Ms Mary Asiko- Kshs 1,000.00,
  10. Ms Millicent Akoth Ogwel- Kshs 2,000.00.
We are still receiving more donations and we will pass all these to Radio Ramogi for their morning devotion.
It is with this in mind that we have rolled the following Programmes;
  1. Kimisho Savings and Credit Co-operative Society Ltd- KSSL- where all Registered Members of KCDN are saving as a Family Unit. We are rolling out a process that will see us recruiting a General Manager for this Unit in September 2013. We will invite for Qualified Personnel at the right time.
  2. Kimisho Table Banking Units- KTBU- We have set aside funds for this Initiative and Kimisho Members are encouraged to form themselves into Units of 9 Members and below with a Unit Team Leader for effective management of this Initiative.
  3. Kimisho Investment Club-KIC- This is an Exclusive Club of Kimisho Members who want to invest. I am happy 24 Members have so far Registered with us and Membership is strictly regulated with Terms and Conditions.
All these Initiatives have been duly Registered with the relevant Government Agencies.
In partnership with Radio Ramogi Sports Desk, we have also launched Operation Gor Win League 2013. Gor Mahia last won the Kenya Premier League in 1995 and this time around, they are sitting pretty well, and the players need our support and motivation.
We want to support and appreciate our Players as a Family Unit. This year we are supporting Gor Mahia. Next year, we will support another Team, because, we want to invite all of us to love sports and discourage violence during our games. We will be sensitizing our Members and the Football Fans to be good ambassadors of this beautiful game.
Operation Gor Win League 2013 is an open invitation to all lovers of sports regardless of any form of partisanship. We want to appreciate the following for their generous donations so far;
  1. Kimisho Sacco Society Ltd- Kshs 50,000.00,
  2. Radio Ramogi Sports Desk- Kshs 10,000.00,
  3. Mr. Tom Kodiko- Kshs 10,000.00 and Goods and Materials for the Club,
  4. Mr. Ogalo Jakatolo- Kshs 2,000.00,
  5. Juliet Bimo- Kshs 50,000.00,
  6. Eng James Onyango- Kshs 10,000.00.
Odhiambo T Oketch presenting a Certificate and Letter of Appreciation to Mr. Robert Karanja- News Director TV at The Royal Media Services as Mr. Willis Raburu and Mr. fred Banja look on
We want to wish Gor Mahia a fruitful outing as they face our Brothers from the AFC Camp in the Mashemeji Durby at Moi International Sports Centre tomorrow. And we want to invite the Fans to Unite as One Family as we watch the best Team win. Let there be NO Violence.
We are now set and on the 31st August 2013, we are starting our Massive Recruitment and Sensitization Programmes across Kenya in the following manner;
  1. 31st August at 10am- Garden Square in Nairobi,
  2. 2nd September at 9.00am- Zion Temple in Busia,
  3. 2nd September at 2.00pm- ACK Cathedral in Siaya, 
  4. 3rd September at 9.00am- ACK Cathedral in Bondo,  
  5. 3rd September at 2.00pm- Kisumu Sports Ground in Kisumu, 
  6. 4th September at 9.00am- Homa Bay,  
  7. 4th September at 2.00pm- Migori, 
  8. 4th September at 4.00pm- Muhuru Bay,  
  9. 7th September at 10.00am- Egerton University Campus- Mombasa, 
  10. 28th September at 10.00am- Kimisho Investment Club Meeting at Majiwa in Bondo
If you like what we are doing, you are hereby invited to join us by simply Registering at Kshs 500.00 through our KCB Mpesa Pay Bill Number 522522 to our Account 114 2400 913. Monthly Subscription is at a Monthly minimum of Kshs 200.00 and the maximum of what you can afford. Then, all our Registered Members are asked to make a mandatory Monthly Contribution of Kshs 20.00 to support our office, logistics and administration.
The Treasurer will acknowledge all payments and issue receipts for the same.
Let us all join hands and resources in this Journey of Hope across Kenya.

Odhiambo T Oketch,
Team Leader/Secretary/ Executive Director,
KCDN, KSSL, KIC,
PO Box 47890-00100,
Nairobi, Kenya.
Tel; +254 724 365 557,
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