Project 51

Project 51 is part of Kenya Thriving’s vision to provide a total care package for 51 children who are living in 5 homes which have been built over the past 7 years.

The Project has formal Kenya Government registration as a “Community based Organisation” To achieve this goal, we need:

• 5 house Mothers
• 2 social Workers
• 2 watchmen
• 1 handyman

We are committed to providing everything a child needs to grow up into a thriving adult, capable of putting back into their community.
We believe each child has huge potential which needs nurturing to help this potential be released.

There are 5 components which make up this provision. The cost per month per child is made up as below

A Home

Food

Personal Hygiene

Education

Woolly Warmers

The five ways that wholistic approach to providing sustainable care for children

Home

 

Kenya Thriving has built five substantial, single storey houses for Otacho Christian Children's Home, which now resonate to the sound of children's laughter and play.

Food

 

Being alert means having a full tummy to start the day. The nourishing balanced diet we provide helps to keep the children able to perform well and effectively.

Personal Hygiene

 

Providing a range of health and hygiene supplies from medicine cabinet items to first aid. Also for cleanliness we provide soap and disinfectant.

Time for School

 

This unit enables all 51 children of Otacho Christian Children's Home to attend school and obtain a great education in a caring environment.

Woolly Warmers

 

We are all aware of the importance of keeping babies and children warm, especially during the winter months so provide winter clothes.

Make a real difference where it counts...

You may not be able to make a difference to the whole world, but you can make a significant impact in the life of one child in Kenya, by making a small donation.

It's a child's right to live in an environment where they can thrive, and know that they are safe and protected.

Charity for Children in Kenya