ADSMKE Wang’uru Station

About Us

ADSMKE Wang’uru station was started in 1990 as a food increase program. It later started the department of health. The program was meant to reach out to Kirinyaga people and established in Mwea, the marginal part of the county.

A full office was established / constructed the same time. Other constructions followed later like the 2 hostels, a class which was later converted to a training hall, a kitchen and a dining hall. Two staff houses were constructed with a purpose to host those who will be overseeing the station activities.

A clinic was also established within the office block, where a few offices were converted to a clinic rooms. The money generated was used to construct a separate structure as a clinic.

The farm acts as a demonstration farm and field days and other trainings were conducted here.

The agriculture department reached out to communities /farmers by employing various disciplines and methodologies. We used churches and groups as our entry point.

The marginal parts were identified and staff were distributed to work in these units to be nearer the people

Our Programmes

ACK Mt.Kenya Hospital Mwea.

The hospital has both outpatient and inpatient departments(bed capacity of 20).

Its NHIF accredited for outpatient and inpatient services.

The hospital was inaugurated by the ACK Bishop of Kirinyaga Diocese.

New programs like ultrasound services have been started in plans to offer better services to our customers.

Boys rite of passage is organized immediately KCPE is completed each year. They are enrolled from in and outside  the county. They are mentored by different professionals for 10 days.There are 2 sessions conducted each year

The station has conference facility that includes 2 halls with a kitchen and hostel facility that can house up to 40 people

The station established the tree nursery to promote fruit trees like avocadoes, pawpaws and pepino melon.The nursery has both fuerte and Hass varieties of avocado seedlings.

Other trees in the nursery are gravaellia and acacia siemea varieties.

The station has a well-established livestock unit. The unit is well equipped and has cows, goats, rabbits and chicken. We are currently promoting dairy cows as milk business is promising  and  gives high returns.