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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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

Karibu Kenya – An International Volunteer Experience

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Dec 10
The question I received the most since I arrived in Thika is “Karibu Kenya, how do you like Kenya?” These are the most genuinely caring and hospitable people. Everyone at AfCiC has made a special effort to welcome and include me as well as care for me. Assimilating into local

Giving Voice to the Voiceless

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Children are vulnerable by virtue of their age which makes them dependent on adults for basic needs. For the African child this vulnerability is aggravated by numerous challenges, ranging from wars, harmful cultural practices, defilement, effects of HIV/AIDS and poverty. As a result many African children find themselves living abusive

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.

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

Karibu Kenya – An International Volunteer Experience

afcic   
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Dec 10
The question I received the most since I arrived in Thika is “Karibu Kenya, how do you like Kenya?” These are the most genuinely caring and hospitable people. Everyone at AfCiC has made a special effort to welcome and include me as well as care for me. Assimilating into local

Giving Voice to the Voiceless

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Oct 09
Children are vulnerable by virtue of their age which makes them dependent on adults for basic needs. For the African child this vulnerability is aggravated by numerous challenges, ranging from wars, harmful cultural practices, defilement, effects of HIV/AIDS and poverty. As a result many African children find themselves living abusive

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

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

afcic   
No Comments
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

Karibu Kenya – An International Volunteer Experience

afcic   
No Comments
Dec 10
The question I received the most since I arrived in Thika is “Karibu Kenya, how do you like Kenya?” These are the most genuinely caring and hospitable people. Everyone at AfCiC has made a special effort to welcome and include me as well as care for me. Assimilating into local

Giving Voice to the Voiceless

afcic   
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Oct 09
Children are vulnerable by virtue of their age which makes them dependent on adults for basic needs. For the African child this vulnerability is aggravated by numerous challenges, ranging from wars, harmful cultural practices, defilement, effects of HIV/AIDS and poverty. As a result many African children find themselves living abusive

Join team AfCiC as we cycle from London to Paris on September 5th – 9th!

Cycle London to Paris

You are invited to join team AfCiC as we cycle from London to Paris on September 5th – 9th Where will you be on September 7th?  How about on one of the best cycling routes in Europe? We want to put together a group of adventurous volunteers to undertake this