Children Lead the Way: Education is a Human Right

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Action for Children in Conflict (AfCiC) in partnership with Save the Children International has sponsored 180 students (106 boys, 84 girls) in various secondary schools around the country through Children Lead the Way (CLTW) project. Children Lead the Way project focuses on direct support of children in Gatanga, Kamwangi, Thika

Canadian High Commissioner Pays a Courtesy Visit to St Patrick’s Primary School

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Ag Canadian High Commissioner to Kenya, Darren Schemmer, visited St Patrick’s Primary School and Thika Working Children Centre in Thika, Kiambu County on July 30, 2014 where he got a taste of Action for Children in Conflict (AfCiC) education empowerment, economic empowerment and school feeding programme. AfCiC recognises that education

Street children: their dreams are still valid

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 Street children at St. Teresa’s Girls School, Eastleigh during the International Day of Street Children celebrations We see them every day and most of the time we do not care much as to what is happening to them, why they are there, what they will eat or where they will

AfCiC children to attend World Cup 2014

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Street Child World Cup is a global campaign for street children to receive the protection and opportunities that all children deserve. The aim of the game is to challenge the negative perceptions and treatment of street children. On 28th March 2014, ahead of the FIFA World Cup, the second-ever Street

Universal Children’s Day

Today, 20th November, marks the adoption of two groundbreaking pieces of legislation that have attempted to help governments, institutions and individuals around the world understand the importance of children, and the rights that they have. In 1954, the UN General Assembly established the UN Declaration for the Rights of the

Children Lead the Way: Education is a Human Right

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Aug 07
Action for Children in Conflict (AfCiC) in partnership with Save the Children International has sponsored 180 students (106 boys, 84 girls) in various secondary schools around the country through Children Lead the Way (CLTW) project. Children Lead the Way project focuses on direct support of children in Gatanga, Kamwangi, Thika

Canadian High Commissioner Pays a Courtesy Visit to St Patrick’s Primary School

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Aug 04
Ag Canadian High Commissioner to Kenya, Darren Schemmer, visited St Patrick’s Primary School and Thika Working Children Centre in Thika, Kiambu County on July 30, 2014 where he got a taste of Action for Children in Conflict (AfCiC) education empowerment, economic empowerment and school feeding programme. AfCiC recognises that education

Street children: their dreams are still valid

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Apr 12
 Street children at St. Teresa’s Girls School, Eastleigh during the International Day of Street Children celebrations We see them every day and most of the time we do not care much as to what is happening to them, why they are there, what they will eat or where they will

AfCiC children to attend World Cup 2014

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Mar 17
Street Child World Cup is a global campaign for street children to receive the protection and opportunities that all children deserve. The aim of the game is to challenge the negative perceptions and treatment of street children. On 28th March 2014, ahead of the FIFA World Cup, the second-ever Street

‘Peace and Cohesion through Talent and Creativity’…the ICC way!

What started as another two strings in the versatile bow of the Interim Care Centre’s (ICC’s) extra-curricular timetable culminated this week in two performances to hundreds of people at the annual Kenyatta University Cultural Week. The culture week is an annual showcase based at the University between Thika and Nairobi,

Children Lead the Way: Education is a Human Right

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Aug 07
Action for Children in Conflict (AfCiC) in partnership with Save the Children International has sponsored 180 students (106 boys, 84 girls) in various secondary schools around the country through Children Lead the Way (CLTW) project. Children Lead the Way project focuses on direct support of children in Gatanga, Kamwangi, Thika

Canadian High Commissioner Pays a Courtesy Visit to St Patrick’s Primary School

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Aug 04
Ag Canadian High Commissioner to Kenya, Darren Schemmer, visited St Patrick’s Primary School and Thika Working Children Centre in Thika, Kiambu County on July 30, 2014 where he got a taste of Action for Children in Conflict (AfCiC) education empowerment, economic empowerment and school feeding programme. AfCiC recognises that education

Street children: their dreams are still valid

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Apr 12
 Street children at St. Teresa’s Girls School, Eastleigh during the International Day of Street Children celebrations We see them every day and most of the time we do not care much as to what is happening to them, why they are there, what they will eat or where they will

AfCiC children to attend World Cup 2014

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Mar 17
Street Child World Cup is a global campaign for street children to receive the protection and opportunities that all children deserve. The aim of the game is to challenge the negative perceptions and treatment of street children. On 28th March 2014, ahead of the FIFA World Cup, the second-ever Street

A letter to Action for Children in Conflict

Dear AfCiC, It is indeed from a deep heart of joy and appreciation that I am writing down this letter.  I reflect back on my life, before I had not joined AfCiC, and I can see the enormous wonderful work that AfCiC has done to me up to this level.

Children Lead the Way: Education is a Human Right

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Aug 07
Action for Children in Conflict (AfCiC) in partnership with Save the Children International has sponsored 180 students (106 boys, 84 girls) in various secondary schools around the country through Children Lead the Way (CLTW) project. Children Lead the Way project focuses on direct support of children in Gatanga, Kamwangi, Thika

Canadian High Commissioner Pays a Courtesy Visit to St Patrick’s Primary School

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Aug 04
Ag Canadian High Commissioner to Kenya, Darren Schemmer, visited St Patrick’s Primary School and Thika Working Children Centre in Thika, Kiambu County on July 30, 2014 where he got a taste of Action for Children in Conflict (AfCiC) education empowerment, economic empowerment and school feeding programme. AfCiC recognises that education

Street children: their dreams are still valid

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Apr 12
 Street children at St. Teresa’s Girls School, Eastleigh during the International Day of Street Children celebrations We see them every day and most of the time we do not care much as to what is happening to them, why they are there, what they will eat or where they will

AfCiC children to attend World Cup 2014

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Mar 17
Street Child World Cup is a global campaign for street children to receive the protection and opportunities that all children deserve. The aim of the game is to challenge the negative perceptions and treatment of street children. On 28th March 2014, ahead of the FIFA World Cup, the second-ever Street

Cycle Africa Complete Their 10,000 Mile Adventure & Arrive in Cape Town Today

Cycle Africa at Karibaribi with AfCiC

On 7th August of last year Craig Pollard (35), Loretta White (31), Gareth Morris (31) and Scott Carroll (35) left London’s Russell Square with two friends to begin an epic adventure.  During the past twelve months they have cycled through the whole of Europe to Istanbul, survived the blistering 50°C