Total initiative costs
- Loans -
- Grants € 473,598.3
Dati finanziari aggiornati al 11.11.2015
Nairobi Province, Nairobi
Children and young people in situations of serious vulnerabilities benefit from access to the protection path (contact, first reception and recovery) at three rescue centers in Kibera and Riruta; The guys are re-homed and families are involved and accompanied by effective programs of prevention of abandonment and reintegration of children.
|Sector||I.5.a. Government & Civil Society-general, Total|
|Agency||MAE - Direzione Generale per la Cooperazione allo Sviluppo|
|Counterpart authority||Koinonia Community Registered Trustees|
|Other financiers||AMANI, Non-Profit Organization of Social Utility: 187570|
Direct beneficiaries: - Street children, about 500, under 14, under conditions of neglect, severe vulnerabilities or victims of physical violence / gender, and Kibera slum Riruta, identified and contacted by the operators of the project, in collaboration with the Children Officers government; - 150 disabled children in Kibera / Riruta; - 150 families; - Teenagers street: 100 boys aged 14/18 (output from the residential facilities of Koinonia participate in courses on life skills and receiving support from the start of business activities; - 1500 children of at least 4 elementary schools of the two slums benefiting awareness campaign on children's rights and access to the activities of the Children Club; - School teachers target, project workers, children of local police officers and agents benefit from the training courses. Indirect beneficiaries: - All children living in families program (an average of 4 children / family: about 600 children); - Children of all schools participating in interscholastic activities for child protection (About 3000); - Adults who participate in public initiatives (estimate: 5000) or achieved by the social communication campaign.