On this day, Kenyan citizens are encouraged to participate in various community service activities, such as cleaning public spaces, planting trees, visiting hospitals and orphanages, and engaging in other acts of volunteerism. The day aims to foster a sense of national unity, pride, and social responsibility among the people of Kenya. It was established by the government to commemorate the anniversary of the promulgation of the new constitution in 2010. It serves as a reminder of the importance of public service and giving back to the community, emphasizing the values of selflessness and civic duty.
Huduma Day Kenya
Oct 10, 2023 | Commonwealth News