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In Kenya

Cartsen is Saving the planet

Cartsen.Org is built on the principle of Equality and Wellness for all. We gear towards providing better living environments at scale.

From Mental health, Environmental conservation, Disease surveillance, Community development, Climate conservation to supporting charities and Indigent homes. We are at the forefront of championing for the fundamental human rights.Read More


We are working on ways that help in providing Mental health solutions through rigorous gold-standard RCTs.

Shaping Mental Health to the Venerable

Cartsen's approach to Mental Health involves a systematic integration of positive psychology interventions (PPIs) and mental wellbeing into mental healthcare for the Venerable while also developing a sustainable mental health program to the youth.

Our engagement in multicultural collaborations, generating high-quality data at scale, conducting contextualized research and delivering quality to the impoverished has enabled us carry out prospective studies that measure the effectiveness of new interventions.

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Committed To the Well-being of Everyone

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29SEPT, 24

A United Nations-Cartsen.Org sanctioned designated awareness day observed annually on 29 September with the goal to raise awareness of the importance of food loss and waste.

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“I have had many opportunities because of my mother's hard work and promised myself since childhood that I would devote myself to serving others and my family have supported my choices.”
- Vinoda Vythelingam
“My mother was always the inspiration behind my choice to help others, especially after my father's stroke at only 34 years old.”
- Mahmoud Sabra