During the 30 years of the global HIV epidemic, an estimated 17 million children have lost one or both parents due to AIDS; In addition, 3.4 million children under age 15 are living with HIV. The number of children affected by or vulnerable to HIV remains alarmingly high.Kenya now has a growing number of orphans and vulnerable children.They often suffer from emotional distress, malnutrition, labor exploitation, homelessness, lack of health care, and poor or no access to education. we plan
Children made vulnerable by HIV/AIDS are frequently exposed to abuse; exploitation; violence (including gender-based violence (GBV); and family separation as a result of the epidemic's effects. These exposures can further increase risks through adult life. While the relationship between GBV, violence against children, and HIV/AIDS is multifaceted, HIV can increase the likelihood of being exposed to violence and violent or force Sex, which increases the risk of HIV infection and other STDs.
Payment of school levies for early childhood development to avoid pupil defaulters Provision of school uniforms to reduce embarrassment of the orphans while with others Visits to schools to promote school to monitor the progress of sponsored children. Provide financial support for orphans in vocational training
Objective 1.Increase quality access to education, health and social care services for 40 orphans and their families in the 2 Sub-Counties (Kuria West and Mabera) of Migori County Objective 2.Strengthen child welfare and protection structures and systems for effective responses in targeted sub-counties of Migori County