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Social worked with flood displaced family School we will be taking sponsored children to Destroyed school dormitory in West Pokot Infrastructure damage hampers aid efforts

Child Rescue Kenya

Org #11722
Vetted since 2012 Site Visit Verified
1992
year founded
$41,087
raised on GlobalGiving
7
years fundraising
1
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

CRK mission is to assist children in need while developing communities to better care for their own children. Our vision is a world where children enjoy all their rights, especially the right to be a child BACKGROUND INFORMATION. Child Rescue Kenya is an organization operating in Trans-Nzoia County in Kenya. The Organization assists vulnerable children and families through integrated development initiatives.CRK facilitates the rehabilitation of street children, and other abused or neglected children, by encouraging close links between community -child, project-child, and project - community. Multifaceted activities combine child rehabilitation centers with community development initiatives... read more

Projects (5)

Helping street children to be Street Smart
Kenya / Children
FEES FOR MARY
Kenya / Education
 
Project Leaders
Theresa Heasman
Theresa Heasman
Su Corcoran
Su Corcoran
Team
Ian K. Wilson, Maina Mwangi, Janet Kariuki, Benedetta Barasa, Charles Chamale, Steven Barasa, Irene Sakwa
Organization Information
PO Box 945
Kitale, North Rift 30200
Kenya
+254 (0)20 2639747

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #4589021600
Organization Information
PO Box 945
Kitale, North Rift 30200
Kenya
+254 (0)20 2639747

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #4589021600

Project Reports

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Jan 24, 2020
Another year has started
Abel and Jacob returned to university ten days ago after the Christmas break. Another semester has started and both boys are getting closer and closer to the end of their university education -...
Jan 6, 2020
Back to School
In a matter of days, schools in Kenya will reopen for the new academic year.  Our social workers and office staff are frantically enrolling children and purchasing their needs including uniforms,...
Dec 23, 2019
IMPACT OF LOCAL DISASTERS
It seems that no matter how hard we work trying to make a dent in the numbers of children on the streets of Kitale, there is always some nasty event lurking around the corner to boost them...
 
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