Focus Areas

Economic Empowerment

The AfCiC Economic Empowerment programme is designed to give people the tools to be able to support themselves economically. .

Primarily, this part of our work is aimed not at children who live and work on the streets, more at youths and families, those who have the capacity to work and to forge livelihoods themselves.

Rehabilitation of Street Families

With the goal of eradicating extreme poverty for all people everywhere and ending hunger.

it all begins with ending child poverty; and according all children including street children equal opportunities in quality education, sanitation, economic opportunities and good health.

Education Empowerment

With a regional fertility rate of 5.1, compared to a global average of 2.4, and a 2030 projected population size of 1.5 billion people

there needs to be an increase in the supply of educational opportunities for all children in order to meet the growing demand in sub-Saharan Africa..

Safe Enviroment and Climate Change

As climate change is affecting every country on every continent, Kenya is no exception

As such, Kenya has in the last few years experienced changed weather patterns that have resulted in long periods of drought and erratic rainfalls that result floods hence in food shortages and food insecurity in the country.

Legal Aid/ Advocacy

Access to Justice Legal Aid Program(AJLAP)

The Access to Justice Legal Aid Program (AJLAP) is a specific program by Action for Children in Conflict that seeks to promote access to justice, strengthen the rule of law, promote human rights and significantly reduce all forms of violence in the society..