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 a safe haven where street children rescued from the center are provided with food, shelter, clothing and a formal and non-informal education in a protective and nurturing environment.
Are you aware that there is an International Day for street children? And that it is takes place on 12th April? The First International Day for street children was launched on 14th April, 2011 with an aim of providing a platform on which Street Children around the world can voice … Read moreINTERNATIONAL DAY FOR STREET CHILDREN AND WHAT IT REALLY MEANS
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 … Read moreRITE OF PASSAGE FOR INTERIM CARE CENTRE BOYS
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. … Read moreSTOP FGM NOW!