Kenya School for Integrated Medicine honoured their student Volunteers on Volunteers Day yesterday (Tuesday), December 5, 2023. They recognised their contributions and praised their dedication and commitment to their passion.
The School highlighted the Young talent’s contributions in various academic aspects and fields. They shared that from first aid to marketing, these heroes are making an exceptional impact with their dedication and passion.
They also applauded the students for their strong will and determination to endure and face all life’s challenges.
The Kenya School for Integrated Medicine also shared that despite the challenges, the commitment and efforts of these young heroes are making the society better. Their commitment towards their work is making the community shine and inspired them all.
The School expressed their gratitude and pride to them for showcasing their eternal dedication and hard work.
“Let’s take a moment to express heartfelt appreciation to every student contributing their skills and time. You are the heartbeat of positive change, and we’re grateful for your dedication,” KSIM asserted.
Reportedly, The United Nations’ International Volunteers Day is celebrated to recognise and honour the contributions of Youth and volunteers in transforming and bettering the nation.
The Day has been observed as a part of thanksgiving and marking the Youth’s contributions. The Kenya School of Integrated Medicine has many hardworking volunteers, including Mentors, Peer Educators, facilitators, and staff members who dedicate their time and skills to bring a positive change in the lives of others.
The Theme of this year’s Volunteer Day was “If Everyone Did is a call for everyone to contribute to a better world”.
The KSIM applauded their student’s contributions and said, “We appreciate our student volunteers. Your efforts in various is amazing”.
The KSIM also commended the students who connected with local leaders earlier at Kalalani Social Hall, Mwavumbo Ward. The Youth shared their dreams and highlighted the role of the leaders they play in Kenya’s economy.