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The Visit of Rev. Bishop Christian Würtz to St. Josephs Development Programmes, Kangemi, Kenya.

In our ongoing partnership with St. Joseph Development Programs in Kangemi, Kenya, we are honored with the esteemed visit of Reverend Bishop Christian Würtz. His presence brings a renewed sense of hope and resilience to the center, inspiring us all to continue our shared mission of empowering and supporting young people. We express our deepest gratitude for his support and guidance. May his visit serve as a source of inspiration and motivation for everyone involved in this important collaboration, as we continue to forge ahead in our mission of making a positive difference in the lives of young people in Kangemi and beyond.

From right to left: Collaborators from Spain including Juan Prieto, Margara, Louis, alongside Fr. James Mugwe SJ, Director of Programmes at St. Joseph Development Programmes, closely following monitoring a progress report presentation.

Every dawn at St. Joseph Development Programs Kangemi unfolds a fresh chapter of inspiration. It’s a place where the ordinary is elevated by an extraordinary essence of love. This week, that essence was vividly felt as we welcomed Rev. Bishop Christian Würtz, Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Freiburg,Episcopal Vicar for Tertiary Education,Rector of the Diocesan Major Seminary St. Charles Borromeo and also Mr. Juan Prieto, his wife Madame Margara, and his brother-in-law, Mr. Louis, our collaborators from Spain, who generously sponsor students across our educational spectrum, from the Upendo Unit to the Secondary school and technical department.

Students from the secondary school, alongside the administration staff and benefactors, steal the show with their authentic moves in the photo.

The atmosphere was electric with anticipation as children, students, and our dedicated support staff eagerly awaited their arrival, brimming with gratitude for the unwavering support. The visit was more than a mere meeting; it was a celebration of partnership and progress. The warmth and sincerity of the hospitality extended reflected the core values of our institution.

His Lordship in company of Fr James Mugwe, SJ launching the St. Joseph Statue during his visit to St. Joseph the Worker Catholic Parish.

Both the bishop and our collaborators had the opportunity to witness firsthand the impact of their contributions and were visibly pleased with the mission and the strides made in various projects.

Upendo Unit children and Primary School pupils posing for a photo with visitors and benefactors.
Mr. Juan Prieto, his wife Madam Margara, and his brother-in-law, Mr. Louis engaging in a Q&A session with Form One students
Mr. Juan Prieto, accompanied by his wife Madam Margara and his brother-in-law, Mr. Louis, engaging with electrical class students.

By, Deacon Francis Kyalo, SJ.,

St. Joseph Development Programs in Kangemi, Kenya

Ismael Matambura



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