Nairobi Red Cross Chapters Partnership 

On February 2, 2024, Actuate Nation and Kenya Red Cross jointly organized a highly engaging event at Kabete Polytechnic focused on critical mental health topics. These topics included self-harm, stress, suicide, and self-care. The event exceeded expectations with active participation, in-depth discussions, and valuable resources provided to attendees.

Mental Health Training Program for Young Adults proudly partners with the Kenyan Red Cross Society. Grounded in a shared commitment to community well-being, this partnership strengthens the program's reach and effectiveness.

Through the combined expertise and resources of Actuate and the Kenyan Red Cross Society, participants benefit from comprehensive mental health education and support initiatives.
The program's innovative design, which includes in-person seminars and online lessons, is further enriched by the expertise and outreach capabilities of the Kenyan Red Cross Society.

In-person seminars, held monthly on college campuses from 4:00 pm to 6:15 pm, provide opportunities for participants to engage in interactive workshops and expert presentations facilitated by both organizations.

Additionally, online lessons, conducted every Wednesday from 8:00 pm to 9:00 pm, offer a platform for participants to delve deeper into mental health concepts and strategies with guidance from Actuate and the Kenyan Red Cross Society.

By leveraging the strengths of both organizations, the program extends its impact beyond individual participants to communities across Kenya. Through collaborative efforts in stigma reduction, access improvement, and community engagement, Actuate and the Kenyan Red Cross Society work together to foster a supportive environment for mental health awareness and advocacy.

This partnership exemplifies Actuate's commitment to forging alliances with local organizations to address pressing healthcare challenges and promote holistic well-being.