Supporting Orphaned and Vulnerable Children in Kenya
Photo by Jake Lyell
For the past two years, ChildFund has been implementing a long-term support program for children in Kenya who have been devastated by HIV and AIDS. Concentrated in urban areas of Nairobi and the Coast Province, the program provides health services, education support and community assistance to help transform the lives of the most vulnerable children.
This program is possible thanks to a generous $3,500,000 matching grant. To meet its terms, ChildFund is required to raise $725,491. Each dollar raised will be matched with $4.35. Please donate now, and your gift will multiply more than five times.
So far, thanks to generous donors like you,
- 241 children with disabilities have received equipment such as wheelchairs or walkers.
- 70,837 children have been given anti-malarial mosquito nets, and home visits to ensure proper usage.
- 350 at-risk children, and 200 parents, have received HIV testing and counseling services.
- 2,865 caregivers are forming small savings and loan groups to build financial stability.
- 1,386 families have started income-generating activities that help them afford nutritious food and school materials.
- 150 older children in vocational training programs have been offered tuition assistance.
Read a story about one of the children this program has helped.
When you give, your gift will multiply more than five times to help vulnerable children and families receive the lifesaving care they urgently need.