COMMIT TO EQUALITY; PROTECT EVERY CHILD; PROVIDE ACCESS TO SERVICES AND CREATE NEW SOLUTIONS- INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR THE STREET CHILD

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Apr 12
To commemorate this day, Action for Children in Conflict decided to take a deeper look into the day to day life of a street worker involved in the advocacy and the protection of the rights of the street children. Tell us, who is Joseph Rugia?  I am a 27 year

Volunteer Reflections

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Apr 05
    I am Dorian Leppink,  24-year old post graduate student, who resides in the Netherlands, and the first born in a family of two. I am very passionate about helping the less fortunate and the vulnerable in society. On February the 27th 2018, I arrived in the Jomo Kenyatta

THE NEWSPAPER DRIVE

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Jan 06
We are proud to announce the launch of the Newspaper Drive project. The project, whose objective is to collect 500 tonnes of newspapers, is aimed at collecting funds for the construction of a Rescue and Rehabilitation Centre at Karibaribi, Ngoigwa, Thika in Kiambu County. The rehabilitation centre will serve as

Understanding Children from their own perspective

AfCiC social workers have embarked on different activities and strategies to try to create rapport with children living on the street and to build trust between the children and AfCiC. The program has been encouraging street children to attend our Outreach Programme for Vulnerable Children centre (OPVC) daily from morning

COMMIT TO EQUALITY; PROTECT EVERY CHILD; PROVIDE ACCESS TO SERVICES AND CREATE NEW SOLUTIONS- INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR THE STREET CHILD

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Apr 12
To commemorate this day, Action for Children in Conflict decided to take a deeper look into the day to day life of a street worker involved in the advocacy and the protection of the rights of the street children. Tell us, who is Joseph Rugia?  I am a 27 year

Volunteer Reflections

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Apr 05
    I am Dorian Leppink,  24-year old post graduate student, who resides in the Netherlands, and the first born in a family of two. I am very passionate about helping the less fortunate and the vulnerable in society. On February the 27th 2018, I arrived in the Jomo Kenyatta

THE NEWSPAPER DRIVE

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Jan 06
We are proud to announce the launch of the Newspaper Drive project. The project, whose objective is to collect 500 tonnes of newspapers, is aimed at collecting funds for the construction of a Rescue and Rehabilitation Centre at Karibaribi, Ngoigwa, Thika in Kiambu County. The rehabilitation centre will serve as

New Life, New Beginning

Action for Children in Conflict’s Interim Care Centre (ICC) was launched in June 2005. It is a 6 month residential rehabilitation programme for the most at-risk street children, for whom day care services have proven to be insufficient. 25 acutely vulnerable boys are recruited every year from the streets of Thika, Ruiru

COMMIT TO EQUALITY; PROTECT EVERY CHILD; PROVIDE ACCESS TO SERVICES AND CREATE NEW SOLUTIONS- INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR THE STREET CHILD

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Apr 12
To commemorate this day, Action for Children in Conflict decided to take a deeper look into the day to day life of a street worker involved in the advocacy and the protection of the rights of the street children. Tell us, who is Joseph Rugia?  I am a 27 year

Volunteer Reflections

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Apr 05
    I am Dorian Leppink,  24-year old post graduate student, who resides in the Netherlands, and the first born in a family of two. I am very passionate about helping the less fortunate and the vulnerable in society. On February the 27th 2018, I arrived in the Jomo Kenyatta

THE NEWSPAPER DRIVE

afcic   
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Jan 06
We are proud to announce the launch of the Newspaper Drive project. The project, whose objective is to collect 500 tonnes of newspapers, is aimed at collecting funds for the construction of a Rescue and Rehabilitation Centre at Karibaribi, Ngoigwa, Thika in Kiambu County. The rehabilitation centre will serve as

Livelihoods Support – a new programme for vulnerable families

Livelihoods Support is a project under AfCiC and Save the Children’s Children Lead the Way initiative. It is aimed at economically empowering the parents/guardians of children infected and/or affected by HIV/AIDS. This support is in form of giving the families small grants to help start their own income generating activities

COMMIT TO EQUALITY; PROTECT EVERY CHILD; PROVIDE ACCESS TO SERVICES AND CREATE NEW SOLUTIONS- INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR THE STREET CHILD

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Apr 12
To commemorate this day, Action for Children in Conflict decided to take a deeper look into the day to day life of a street worker involved in the advocacy and the protection of the rights of the street children. Tell us, who is Joseph Rugia?  I am a 27 year

Volunteer Reflections

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No Comments
Apr 05
    I am Dorian Leppink,  24-year old post graduate student, who resides in the Netherlands, and the first born in a family of two. I am very passionate about helping the less fortunate and the vulnerable in society. On February the 27th 2018, I arrived in the Jomo Kenyatta

THE NEWSPAPER DRIVE

afcic   
No Comments
Jan 06
We are proud to announce the launch of the Newspaper Drive project. The project, whose objective is to collect 500 tonnes of newspapers, is aimed at collecting funds for the construction of a Rescue and Rehabilitation Centre at Karibaribi, Ngoigwa, Thika in Kiambu County. The rehabilitation centre will serve as

Football for Change

A report by Nacada shows the prevalence rate of alcoholism in men stands at 34% in Central Kenya. Grim statistics unveiled by the agency confirmed the worst fears of leaders in a region where the number of bars outnumber schools by 20%. This problem has a direct impact on the