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We envision a world where  all children access and attain equal opportunities. Your partnership and donations go a long way in bringing hope and changing the lives of millions of children in Kenya. Be a hero.

Who we are

We are a leading child protection, health and development organization that promotes access to equal and sustainable opportunities to children and vulnerable families.

What we do

We implement projects at the heart of the community aimed at child protection, education empowerment, health and community empowerment.

Why we do it

Through our programs we are ending the cycle of poverty by empowering children and impacting the community for future generations.

Our Work

School feeding program
rehabilitation of street children- life skills training
livelihood support
sensitization and awareness campaigns on child and women rights
Education empowerment
Environment Conservation


‘livelihood support

Street Kids of thika

The Newspaper Drive

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, Ngoingwa, Thika in Kiambu County

Our Progress so far

Latest News


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Jan 28
The ceremony entailed the eventful occurrence of the former street boys who were successfully rehabilliated and enrolled back  school by AFCIC. Having attained the requisite and necessary age, the five boys underwent the whole surgical procedure under the meticulous and delicate care of Dr. Oscar Ndumbi. This is an event


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Sep 30
Female Genital Mutilation, also referred to as female circumcision, is the intentional alteration of the female genitalia. This practice is mostly done on infants or girls who are yet to hit puberty. It is a rite of passage that is deemed to get young girls ready for womanhood and marriage.


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Aug 19
Picture children playing on the school playground. All the laughter, giggles, screams, yells and occasional cries leaves you yearning for your tender days. You look over your shoulder, surveying the area for any other adults in sight. You spot a colleague and you quickly rethink joining the children. But you

Who is a Child?

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Aug 19
Article 260 of the Kenyan Constitution provides that an “adult” means an individual who has attained the age of eighteen years and “child” means an individual who has not attained the age of eighteen years. The legal definition is clear and succinct. The logic of the ‘age of majority’ (i.e.

Our Partners

We are very fortunate to work with the most amazing organisations and people who are geared towards seeing our vision a success


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Tel: +254 714 038285/+254 722 753 137

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Action for Children in Conflict,Section 9, off Mgoko Road,P.O.Box, 6439-01000,Thika, Kenya.

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