Rotaract Club of Thika Technical Training Institute
Rotaract club is an International club of Young adults between the age of 18yrs to 30yrs of different professional and education background that is defined neither by religion nor political motives.
The club was chartered in 2010. Since then we have had different club presidents up to the current president Winnie Ndegwa. A president only takes office for an year where the Rotaract Year begins from 1st July – 30th June.
We usually meet every tuesday at 5pm at Room 12. We also engage with other Rotaract Clubs around Thika and benchmark to come up with new strategies to improve the club.
We travel to different places and spend weekends out having fun and networking.
Our areas of focus are;
- Community economic development.
- Water sanitation and Hygiene.
- Disease prevention and treatment.
- Basic education.
- Peace building and conflict prevention.
- Supporting environment.
- Maternal and child health.
Scouting is a voluntary, non-political movement for young people open to all without distinction of origin, race or creed in accordance with purpose, principles and methods as conceived by the Founder.
The purpose of Scouting is to contribute to the development of young people in achieving their full physical, intellectual, social, spiritual, emotional and character potentials as individuals, as responsible citizens and as members of their local, national and international communities.
The movement assists young people to develop and help in achieving their full physical, intellectual, social, spiritual, emotional and character potentials as individuals, as responsible citizens and as members of their local, national and international communities
‘A Scout is a friend to all and a kin to every other Scout no matter to what country, community or religion the other may belong’
People Living with Disabilities Club
This is one of the active clubs in Thika technical institute. We all agree that disability is not inability and its evidence since in the club we insist of being abled differently.
In this club we appreciate one another because through our living we have witnessed the need of togetherness. We have enjoyed together team building activities, self reflection sessions and being there for each other.
Madam Alice Mwangi
One of the members wrote the following;
“The term disability does not refer to a disease and is not contagious; it’s rather a handicapping condition which renders one unable to use some parts of his body effectively. We are all the same, beautifully and wonderfully made. Created by the image and likeness of God for his own glory. What you can do I can also do. Did you know that we can all pray sports? Play your volleyball and I will sit down and play sitting volleyball? Run alone but I will be guided to take my race.iam a champion in power lifting. Let no one judge me from my physical appearance. Neither should you look down upon me. My disability is limited to space”.