An African celebration of a newborn

In the traditional African society, children from both humans and livestock are celebrated, nurtured, and raised by the community collectively hence the adage, “a child (African) belongs to the society.” This trend has been the rationale for the growing diversity, sustenance of cultures and pursuit of ideas initially thought impossible to accomplish. A good example […]

Fr. Laurien SJ - Cleaning bukavu

(Cover photo: Fr. Laurien Nyiribakwe, SJ, joins the CYNESA DRC team in a clean-up activity in Bukavu, July 2017). ********* What better day to acknowledge the role of “Eco-Jesuits”, in our CYNESA story, than on the Feast Day of St. Ignatius of Loyola! A few years ago, in 2012 to be specific, a group of young Catholics […]

CYNESA held a training workshop on proper waste management between July 1st and July 2nd, 2017, at the Reef Hotel in Mombasa. The training brought together about forty women leaders drawn from different faiths including Christians, Muslims and Brahma Kumaris. A number of speakers facilitated sessions covering different aspects of proper waste management. Allen Ottaro […]