Embracing The World Kenya

Mata Amritanandamayi, also known as Amma, is known throughout the world for her selfless love and compassion. Her entire life has been dedicated to alleviating the pain of the poor and those suffering physically and emotionally. Amma inspires, uplifts and transforms through her physical embrace, her spiritual wisdom and her worldwide volunteer social-service organization.
The Mata Amritanandamayi Math established in 1982 as a charitable trust with headquarters at Parayakadabu (also known as Amritapuri), Kerala, India. The trust runs many charitable institutions under the guidance of Her Holliness Matha Amritanandamayi, popularly known as Ammachi or Amma or “The Hugging Saint.” These humanitarian activities serve the most disadvantaged section of the society by providing development assistance, economic aid and educational facilities.

Embracing the World Kenya (an affiliation of M.A.Math Charitable Trust Kenya) aims at assisting the vulnerable population in Kenya through various humanitarian projects enlisted below, to meet each of their five basic needs – food, shelter, education, healthcare and livelihood.

Benefited Projects

Free Cataract Eye Camps

Embracing the World Kenya, in collaboration with doctors Visio Sense Fronteres (Spain) conduct free eye surgeries annually since 2011. Pre-screening of patients are undertaken Lion SightFirst Eye Hospital. Around 3000 patients have been operated on for free till date.   

Free Meals - Amrita Center Kenya (Athi River)

The inauguration this project began in 2012 and continues till date with the objective of providing free nutritious meals weekly to vulnerable children from the Athi River slum area and neighbouring localities.
Around 72,500 children have been fed to date, thanks to the generosity of Corporate Sponsors, Individual Donors and Well-wishers.

Primary Day School - Amrita Center Kenya (Athi River)

The Primary Day School was opened in the year 2011 by the then Vice President of Kenya, (RT) H.E. Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka. It is located in Athi River, Nairobi, Kenya and is designed to cater to vulnerable children, especially orphans and needy children from poor economic backgrounds by offering education, basic healthcare and free meals.

Around 220 children are educated for free each year, every year. Each classroom holds between 20 to 25 pupils at a time. 

The project has been self-sustainable through support from Corporates and Individual sponsorship. The Trust has therefore planned to build a new school specifically designed for students from Std 1-8 as per the Ministry of Education guidelines and further enhance it to international standards through digital media as per funding received. The cost to educate a child is USD 500 per child annually.

Water & Sanitation Project - Athi River

Toilets constructed by NGO – I Love Africa. Water for sanitation provided by Embracing the World Kenya
Embracing the World Kenya partnered with NGO – I Love Afrcia to provide drinking water, build toilets, sanitation facilities and a borehole for residents of Athi River, Nairobi. This project benefited 650 families with approximately 455,250 litres distributed.

Vocational & Techincal Training

In association with CAP YEI (Youth Empowenment Institute), M.A.Math has provided Vocational and Technical Training to underprivileged Kenyan Youth since 2012.

Trainee Background

1) Average family sizes of enrolled trainees between 5 to7 members.
2) School dropouts during secondary schooling and after Form Four completion.
3) 60 per cent of the Trainees hail from single-parent families and about 10 percent are orphans.
It now aspires to build a Centre of Excellence as the epicentre to produce high quality competent young inspired workforce for Sustainable economic, social and environmental development in the Technical and Vocational education areas in Kenya.

CSR - Events

Covid Relief Project

M.A.Math Charitable Trust Kenya in association with Trainex Limited assisted Consolata Shrine Church – Nairobi in procuring the Rototiser – a unique modular plastic Sanitising Cabin for the Church due to Covid-19.
Masks were also handed over to the Church for the less fortunate by the Charitable Trust Ambassador – Tanya Martin to assist those in need during these challenging times.
Event Date: 18th May 2020


A Free Eye Cataract Camp was organised in Eldoret by Trainex, Amrita Centre Kenya and Kingsway Foundation at Mediheal Group of Hospitals. Pre-screenings of patients were done 5 months prior by Lions SightFirst Eye Hospital. Doctors from Spain Visió Sense Fronteres volunteered their time and performed free cataract surgeries to patients in Eldoret. A total of 264 patients successfully underwent eye cataract surgery.
Trainex would like to Thank its Sponsors and Donors for the assistance and support given during this humanitarian project.
Event Date: 10th to 15th Feb 2020

Free Eye Cataract Camp - Korogocho

Trainex Limited in collaboration with Lions SightFirst Eye Hospital, M.A.Math Trust Kenya and Kingsway Foundation organised a Free Eye Cataract Camp for the residents of Korogocho. Doctors from Spain – Visio Sense Fonteres provided their services for free at this camp for which we are truly grateful.
Children from Ghetto Classics – Korogocho were also checked upon and assisted.
Event Date: 08th Feb 2020


M.A.Math Trust Kenya and Trainex organised Free Meals for underprivileged children at Amrita Centre Kenya, Athi River along with a Musical afternoon session by Spanish Musicians – Santiago Juan and Vicent Ballester and the Ghetto Classics band.
Event Date: 8nd Feb 2020

Blanket Distribution to Babies - Makimei Children’s Home, Kikuyu

Trainex, Kingsway Foundation and M. A. Math Trust Kenya jointly distributed 79 blankets to babies at Makimei Children’s Home, Kikuyu.
*The blankets were part of the largest hand knitted blanket from Dubai that has been entered into the Guinness Book of World Records for distribution in 22 countries across the globe*.
Event Date: 2nd Feb 2020

Blanket Distribution for underprivileged Children in Athi River

Trainex, M. A. Math Trust Kenya and Kingsway Foundation jointly distributed 200 blankets to underprivileged children in Athi River. The beneficiaries included children from the nearby slum areas including Jam City and surrounding areas.
*The blankets were part of the largest hand knitted blanket from Dubai that has been entered into the Guinness Book of World Records for distribution in 22 countries across the globe*.
Event Date: 2nd Feb 2020

Blanket Distribution for Children - Nairobi Children’s Rescue Centre

50 blankets along with food hampers were jointly distributed to underprivileged children by Trainex, Kingsway Foundation and M. A. Math Trust Kenya at Nairobi Children’s Rescue Centre.
*The blankets were part of the largest hand knitted blanket from Dubai that has been entered into the Guinness Book of World Records for distribution in 22 countries across the globe*.
Event Date: 2nd Feb 2020

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