ICROSS is marking International Women's Day today and over the coming weeks with a series of events in our community projects.
We are developing a series of campaigns aimed at sharing the key issues around Global Poverty, International Health and Human Rights.
We began 2014 with a women's empowerment workshop and then launched a new series of polio prevention campaigns in remote villages across Maasailand together with our Ministry of Health partners.
We are celebrating 35 years of ICROSS in Kenya on 17th January.
Washington DC photographer, Seth Rubin, has provided many photographic insights into our projects over the years.
Dr Evan Sequeira together with the ICROSS founders established ICROSS Kenya when Kenya was fifteen years old!
Polio is a very dangerous infectious disease that is spread virally from person to person; it is one of the most damaging infections of the spinal chord.
One of the tragic things about yet another World AIDS day is the apathy and indifference that has emerged over the last few years.
Joe has worked for 23 of those years without pay as a volunteer serving his fellow Kenyans in three droughts, two famines and worked in seven remote districts.
Danny Ngwiri the Country Director ICROSS Kenya announced today that the 2014/15 internships and volunteer program are now open for application.
The ICROSS Internship programme has been creating opportunities for students to develop their skills since 1985.
Welcome, thank you for coming to our web site.
ICROSS began its activities in 1978. We aim at providing long-term assistance to the nomadic communities of the sub-Saharan region. We act as a catalyst and all our projects are run and owned by the communities we serve. We work to improve health and living standards using their own culture. We work within a five-year strategic plan. This was developed with the Ministry of Health in Kenya and sets out long term goals.
Remember, you have the power to change tomorrow.
Dr. Michael Elmore Meegan - Founder and International Director ICROSS.