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WEMIHS Impact Slideshow

https://youtu.be/36-m4ggLEhM

WEMIHS Experience and Transition from 2007-2017

  WEMIHS CASE STUDY: The journey for desired change And sustainability. Program Areas (Rural poor and semi arid areas in Kenya) Project Area in Kitui County: Kyuso, Mumoni, Tseikuru & Ngomeni divisions Project Area in Central Kenya: Thika & Muranga Beneficiaries Households most affected by poverty and disease in marginalized poor rural and semi arid

Child Protection Unit (CPU) Agenda: ‘Watoto Wetu Initiative’

AJIBIKA! OKOA WATOTO WETU LEO! WEMIHS wishes to invite your organisation to kindly engage with us in our effort to raise funds required to establish a Child Protection Unit (CPU) in Thika Police Station, Kiambu County. CPU is a critical priority that will provide a large number of abused children a rescue safe space and

Inauguration of the Thika Children’s Court: on June 16th, 2015, Day of the African Child.

PROTECT A CHILD TODAY! TOMORROW IS TOO LATE!   Child abuse is a reality and a major concern in Kenya that cuts across all sectors at all levels. The ever growing numbers of street children, the painful stories of child trafficking and sexual violence are all experiences that leave children with live long scares and

Community as true partners for transformation

Though Florence a  care giver in WEMIHS ECD program walks for miles in the terrain of a semi arid area  in search of water and fire wood,  she passionately defines  “ the  shelter  I want  for my children”  as a priority desired change she wants by end of  program. Most genuinely motivated indigenous organizations are

Collaborative Care and Support Initiatives

With each person infected by AIDS, a family is forever affected particularly the most dependent members. The consequences are deeply felt among the youngest and the oldest generation. While lives of parents and care givers can now be prolonged through greater access to ART, orphans and vulnerable children (OVCs) constitute one of the most long-term

Overcoming grant mentality to achieve sustainable development for communities affected by HIV/AIDS and poverty

The negative impact of HIV/AIDS has further complicated survival for a large population of disadvantagedcommunity groups; a majority of them already living in abject poverty with limited access to essential services and opportunities.  Unfortunately, most HIV and AIDS work including national strategic responses have had limited interventions to address vulnerability and term mitigation on impact

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