Though we've been rather quiet with our programming lately, ICA is back - and we've better than ever. After several months of critically looking at who we are, what we do, and what role we want to be playing within the Kibera community, ICA is ready to launch our new 2011-2013 Strategic Plan, which will guide our programming and our vision for the next three years.
We're so excited to unveil both our new SP and some new programs we're currently working on - things like the Kibera Community Museum, which will highlight Kibera's icons and heroes, and the Jumuia Zalendo program, a civic responsibility campaign which aims to create dialogue among the community about just what it means to be a civically responsible Kenynan citizen and Kibera resident. (For more information about our programs, please check out the "Our Programs" tab at the top of this page).
The re-launch party to celebrate the new SP (and the new ICA!) will take place at the Laini Saba grounds in Kibera on Saturday, April 9th. We can't wait to see you there!
|From left to right, ICA members Ken Omolloh, Steve Tush, Timothy Mutinda, and director Tonny Mateng'e.|