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Do you have something that you don't use, which can be used to benefit a needy child? for example clothes, toiletries, beddings, stationeries, shoes ETC donate to us

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Giving is Virtue.

There should be no limits to human endeavor, however bad life may seem, where there is life there is hope ~ Hawking .

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Empowering a young needy child to become a future leader..


To enquire, to acquire and to give those who require.


Life is an echo; it gives back what .


These are some of the kids who have benefited from TACH.


This is Osborne King’ori from St Mary’s Child Rescue Centre. TACH organisation has made an impact in his life by providing basic necessities which he lacked because his parents cannot afford them. We have taught him how to be confident and engage in the world as a normal child.. Volunteers do join us to distribute the resources to these kids. Many of these children are orphans and therefore they need to be shown love and that’s what TACH has been trying to provide.


Meet David Ndiriti from St Mary's Child Rescue Centre. A very bright and joyful child. His guardians couldnot afford to buy him shoes to go to school. He had to walk bare footed, exposing himself to infections and injuries. TACH helped him and other children acquire shoes. That small thing encouraged the children and also motivated them.


We gave the children of Ngandu Primary School; who are about a hundred kids the basic necessities they required for example: Excersice books,pens, and food stuffs. We mentored them and tutored them. Their lives were changed that day and this is the passion that makes us help these needy children. Share in our vision and be part of us

Girls at Ngandu Girls .

Projects we have completed

These are some of the projects we have completed.

Mentorship Project

In 2016 we mentored about four hundred highschol students from St. Mary's Boys' we taught them about the fundermantals of leadership and also the importance of empathy in our society.

Offerring Basic Necessities

Since its inception in 2014, TACH has provided basic necessities to four different orphanages and two rehabilitation centres impacting more than five hundred souls.These basic necessities include clothes, toiletries, beddings, stationeries, shoes ETC

Initiation Project

In 2015 we able to conduct a successfull initiation program for the adolescent children at the the St. Mary's Child Rescue and Rehabilition Center. This project impacted forty children, who now are men.

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Importance of mentorship

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Mentoring, at its core, guarantees young people that there is someone who cares about them, assures them they are not alone in dealing with day-to-day challenges, and makes them feel like they matter. Research confirms that quality mentoring relationships have powerful positive effects on young people in a variety of personal, academic, and professional situations. Ultimately, mentoring connects a young person to personal growth and development, and social and economic opportunity. Yet one in three young people will grow up without this critical asset..

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Why we should all contribute to provide basic necessities to the needy

Sep. 15th 123

Have you ever thought what your life would be like if you were born as someone else? What if you were born as one of those homeless people? What if you had no shelter, no clothes, no money, and no food? What if you had to suffer all the time and struggle, just to make it through the day? I know I have thought about all these things and that is why I believe in helping the less fortunate.

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Why initiation is impotant in Kenya and how its is being carried out

Sep. 15th 210

Globally, 30% of men are circumcised, mostly for religious reasons.1 In many African societies, male circumcision is carried out for cultural reasons, particularly as an initiation ritual and a rite of passage into manhood. The procedure herein referred to as traditional male circumcision is usually performed in a non-clinical setting by a traditional provider with no formal medical training. When carried out as a rite of passage into manhood, traditional male circumcision is mainly performed on adolescents or young men. The self-reported prevalence of traditional male circumcision varies greatly between eastern and southern Africa, from 20% in Uganda and southern African countries to more than 80% in Kenya.

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