We provide robust health services that save children’s lives and ensure they grow up healthy. We have helped many orphans and their guardians through our HIV/AIDS prevention and awareness programs.



We offer medical services such as treatment, health education, home visits in order to improve and reduce health related conditions, school absenteeism, malaria, hygiene and other diseases in the overall health of OVCs and their guardians. There is also general health awareness and knowledge for change and reform to help improve sexual health behavior, family planning in primary and secondary schools as means of preventive measures that promotes healthy lives.

Our frequent home and village visits have helped in identifying other serious medical conditions that needed quick and urgent attention. During these visits we have identified some malnourished cases that have led to the initiation of nutrition program in the Health department. The identified cases have since been managed well to ensure increase in the nutrition status of the malnourished OVCs and PLWAs.


Global Handwashing Day is an annual global advocacy day dedicated to increasing awareness and understanding about the importance of handwashing with soap as an easy, effective, and affordable way to prevent diseases and save lives.
Celebrated annually on October 15, Global Handwashing Day was founded by the Global Public-Private Partnership for Handwashing, and is an opportunity to design, test, and replicate creative ways to encourage people to wash their hands with soap at critical times.

Global Handwashing Day is designed to:

· Foster and support a global and local culture of handwashing with soap
· Shine a spotlight on the state of handwashing around the world
· Raise awareness about the benefits of handwashing with soap
In the year 2017 Rachuonyo North Sub-County mobilized local communities and schools to participate in this important day that was held at Obangla Primary School. The Mango Tree Orphan Support Trust participated in this event as a partner and advocate of WASH activities in the Sub-County. TMT donated trees that were planted on this day.

TMT-Ke Health department works with other departments in achieving their objectives, ie.Education where they take care of school-going children; Community Development where they work with members of the local community and HIV support groups.


The Mango Tree Orphan Support Trust - Kenya, P. O. Box 11 -40332, Kosele via Kendu Bay
Tel: (+254) 722 692 999, (+254) 721 361 051, (+254) 775 299840, (+254) 735 015 588

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