Participating in the community with a socially responsible outlook is one of our core values of our social impact and sustainability mindset. Environmental and Biosystems Engineering Students Association together with Chairman, Department of Environmental and Biosystems Engineering organized for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) event to visit tree house children’s home in Lucky Summer on the 26th November 2022.  

EBESA members got to interact with the children as well as provide basic necessities to support them.  Tree House home was founded in 2005 by a young generous man who wanted to be part of the community/country’s solution Nicholas Omondi Amollo (Nick) in Nairobi Mathare slum whereby he lived with some of those children in his own house.

The Children’s Home is able to provide to most vulnerable children an array of professional services such as needs-based education, community counseling, and comprehensive life-skills day treatment. Currently tree house family host 75 children who were rescued due to various reasons ranging from: abandoned, orphans and street children.

There are numerous important principles that they hold true when working with a child: A child has potential to become who they want to become in future, they believe that children are better off in safe environment, we realize that troubled children can change, Tree House understand that family beliefs and values must be respected, they know that a crisis is an opportunity for change