Donors and Friends

All these many years, we are able to grow and progress through the unfailing financial and moral support of the Marist Brothers and their schools in Germany and countless friends of the marist brothers; The Diocese of Rottenburg-Stuttgart, not to forgot our home parishes and our former students throughout the world.
What a debt of gratitude we owe to our numerous and generous Donors and Benefactors.
- The Marist Brothers in Kenya

Hans-Walter Scwab (right) who was the architect and the first manager of St. Martin Youth Training Centre from 1984-1990.

The Diocese of Rottenburg-Stuttgart, Germany who financed the construction of the St. Martin Youth Training Centre in 1983-1984. In particular Msgr. Eberhard Muehlbacher and Mama Jutta, who have been our faithful friends and sponsors during the years.



The Marist Brothers from Germany who fully finances our two schools on the mainland
and partly The St. Martin Youth Training Centre as well.

Br. Karl-Heinz and Br. Manfred
with the local leader Kenneth Okwach 





Left: Br. Benhard Seigel
Right: Br. Herbert Scheller



Our loyal friends





Old Boys Association of St. Francis Xavier’s College, Hong Kong, China, who was the founder of the fundraising for a new boat in 2003. 





Fr. Tielen and Monsignor Bernhard Kaut  who fully supported the project from the beginning.





Monterry University in Mexico who sent us 12 smart students. They successfully completed the “Africa Mission 2006”-project in 2006.

The Orore and Roo Community: Br. Andreas Krupp, Br. Hosea Munene, Br. Felicien, Br. Pascal, Br. Bernard Aguta Br. Serge, 
Bishop Philip Anyolo of Homa Bay

 Director Reinhard Hautmann and staff chairperson Renate Leupold

…. also a special thanks to Bishop Mugendi, Fr. Lucas Onyango, SED, Johannes Beese foundation,  The Government from Belgium, Concern World Wide, Pfarrci St. Vallentin Kuebelberg, Sternsinger St. Vallentin, Jungbrunen Kuebelberg, Frauen Gemeintschaft Kuebelberg, Frauen Gemeintschaft Sand, Deutscher Katholischer Missions Rat, Hungermarsch – Pfarrverland Bruecken, Dillinger Franziskannerinnen Medingen and all of our families and supporting brothers from all over the world.

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