Our international programmes use a unique approach to supporting our partners in Kenya which involves long term engagement with our local partners, paying particular attention to capacity building and organisational learning and experimenting with innovative approaches to delivery; all of which have combined to enable us to meet our service targets.
We have a range of health, education and employment programmes working with people living with HIV/Aids to provide peer and group support, learning programmes and access to sustainable livelihoods.
We work with orphans and vulnerable children, many of whom are living on the streets and out of education and provide counselling, psychosocial support, education and skills development to rehabilitate, integrate and reunite them back into a family environment and school. We also provide targeted support for disadvantaged parents in Kenya to build capacity for sustainable livelihoods.
Information, advice and guidance, and delivering a wide selection of accredited training courses and support to find employment..