On 27th July 2014, Sathya Sai Centres in Kenya observed Guru Poornima by organizing a programme with the theme “Devotion to Duty.” More than 200 people attended the day-long programme at the Sathya Sai School in Kisaju, which began with an exhibition by the students of Sathya Sai Education in Human Values. An official from the Ministry of Education cut the ribbon to inaugurate the newly-built volleyball and basketball courts in the school play grounds. He also expressed appreciation for the school and its contribution to the local community.
On 20th October 2013, volunteers from the Sathya Sai Centre of Mombasa served vegetable curry, cabbage, rice, fruit, cakes and fruit juice to 50 elderly guests and 25 staff at the Little Sisters of the Poor home in Tudor Nyumba ya Wazee, Tudor. Songs, mimicry and dances were organised to entertain the guests. On 19th October 2013, eye examinations were organised for the guests, and reading glasses and medications were distributed. An exercise bicycle was donated to the physio-therapy unit of the home. In addition, 50 sets of bedsheets with pillowcases, 50 towels and 70 pairs of rubber slippers were also distributed. The staff and residents of the Little Sisters of the Poor home were grateful for the services rendered lovingly. Read More
Cataract surgeries were performed free of cost for a total of 111 patients residing in remote areas of Kenya. The event was organised by the SSIO and the surgeries were performed by the Lions Eye & Blood Centre, which has the required medical personnel and suitable equipment to help the rural population. Read More
The Sathya Sai School, at Kisaju, Kajiado District, Nairobi, opened in 2001 with Swami’s blessings, provides free education to poor and destitute children. At present, 125 boys reside in this boarding school, which recently completed the construction of a large, multi-purpose, ultramodern auditorium. In addition, the school has constructed seven concrete structures to house seven 10,000-litre tanks for harvesting rainwater. Read More