Email Address

Phone Number

011 1715713

Our Location

Mombasa, Kenya

Our Causes

Our Causes

Serve To Change Lives

In lieu of the COVID outbreak, the club has engaged in several projects to assist and appreciate those in the front line as well as offer assistance to those in need.


On this auspicious day, Rotary Club of  Mombasa was delighted to partner with Light International Mombasa with the support of UNYA (United Nations Youth Association) in the presentation of desks which were repaired and painted by the LIS students. A very happy recipient,  Kashani primary and junior secondary school, which hosts 1,824 students, was a never-ending sad story.With these numbers, the school has only 10 toilets , 2 dedicated to the faculty. The facility is equally shared by the community, and since the school bears no fence, there are a lot of walk-ins. Suggested short-term and long-term proposals are being prepared by the youth and community service committees in conjunction with Light International (incoming interact Club – yet to be chartered) and United Nations Youth Association. Of the tasks to be looked into for long term are: Computer lab, 6 additional toilets, Desk donations, new classes needed, Fence, Lunch feeding program, School painting. Short -term are: leaking roof and Shoes project.


KSH 19,000,000.00 Raised

KSH 50,000,000.00 Goal


An education trust that began in 1970 by sponsoring thousands of deserving children with secondary fees primarily in the Coast province have now shifted to scholarships for needy students who attend Vocational institutions. The ETF want to increase the principal amount and are looking for individuals who will contribute to this perpetual gift that keeps giving.


KSH 20,000.00 Raised

KSH 75,000.00 Goal


Arising from the on-going Coronavirus Pandemic, “COVID-19”, the County of Mombasa created an emergency response programme geared towards assisting needy citizens and engaged The Rotary Club of Mombasa in conjunction with Mombasa Maize Millers Limited to drill boreholes in Muoroto area.








The Club has partnered with the Shimba Hills National Reserve to play a role in the regional economy by assisting in various ways to enhance the dilapidated and decaying park. The Club intends to partner with local partners to grow and diversify the Wildlife within the Park, which is solely lacking. The Club plans on reviving the park so that tourists have options beyond beaches and locals have more recreational options merely hours from town.




On 20th December, 2020, the Club hosted a 55 – kilometre Cycling Charity Event from Mariakani to Kilifi in partnership with CTM Kenya, Aboo’s Catering, Jubilee Insurance, Bomu Hospital and Mombasa Mountain Trail Bikers to raise funds for the Rotary Makanzani IT Vocational Centre.


To commemorate this day, Rotary club of Mombasa conducted a visit to Ziwani School for the deaf in Mombasa and shared a meal with 161 students. Among the students were 15 final year candidates who were presented with success cards , exam materials by the rotary team. A tree was also provided to each candidate for them to plant serving as memories.



18 Rotarians and Interact Club from Oshwal attended the event. Their presence made the function more colourful. Rtn Hafeez who successfully handled the project and all the other team members’ effort and support was much appreciated. The team at Tudor District Hosp. under Rtn Dr Shikely was commended and appreciated along with Dr Husein Varwani who sponsored the packed lunch biriyani during the event.


The Community Service and the Foundation Committee of Rotary Club of Mombasa along with their families visited the Makanzani school on 26th Sept 2021 for an inspection of the school premises with the aim of establishing costs for the most pressing needs of the school as they commence on a Funds Drive towards refurbishment of the same.⁣

The gathering at the school was a classic example of fellowship and dedication.⁣

"Restoring Mombasa's Society with the family as the building blocks"
Dinner by H.E Abdulswamad Nassir

The Rotary Club of Mombasa through its Chairman, Mr. Faiyaz Anjarwalla, was honoured to welcome His Excellency Abdulswamad Shariff Nassir, the Governor of Mombasa County, as the guest of honour during an induction ceremony held on Saturday 28th January 2023 of four new Rotarians namely:- Bernice Njeri Karanja, Sheetal Devani, Dr Hussein Ikbal Varvani, and Mr Julius Cheche.

The ceremony was attended by approximately 100 guests comprising Rotarians from RC Mombasa, visiting Rotarians from other clubs and distinguished guests.

Three members of the club got their Paul Harris awards.  These are for contributions  of $1000 dollars made by them to the Rotary Foundation, which undertakes charitable and peace building activities throughout the world.

The Governor gave an excellent speech insisting that he would work with everyone in the county irrespective of their affiliations.

There was a Q&A session where Rotarians raised concerns and expressed their appreciation for what the Governor had accomplished in his first 100 days in office.


The Club has an adopted village in Makanzani wherein they have repaired the access road to the village and have commenced the repairs to the dilapidated High school in the Village. The construction of an IT Vocational centre has also commenced in the said village.



The Club participated in several frontline healthworker appreciation programs at various hospitals such as MEWA, Pandya, Aga Khan, Bomu and Coast General, where frontliner workers were given dry food hampers as well as certificates of appreciation for risking their lives on a daily for citizens.


Help us continue to touch hundreds of lives across the globe

‘ O God, and giver of all good We thank thee for our daily food
May Rotary friends and Rotary ways Help us to serve thee all
our days ‘ – Rotary Grace

For more details, please reach out to us:


The Rotary Brand

A club admired within the District and Beyond

0 +

Children Saved

0 +

Total Volunteers

0 +

Campaigns Running

0 +

Total Country