Opened in 2011, St. Helena is owned and managed by St. Helena Church and is located in Mathare No. 10. It primarily serves the churchgoers and school children, usually there are 100 users per day and the group earns 30,000 shillings each month. The bio centre has toilets, bathrooms, and office spaces.
Twaweza Community Group
Located in Mabatini, the bio centre began operations in 2011 with the initial purpose of promoting activities and sports among young people. They now have 150 daily users, earn 60,000 shillings per month, and have a garden in the front yard and a TV inside. Additionally, the bio centre has toilets, bathrooms, a biogas kitchen, and a hall for hire.