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Child Protection Unit (CPU) Agenda.

The Watoto Wetu initiatives

The National Council for Children’s Services (NCCS) is the main oversight body in child protection working towards a strengthened child protection system and  a comprehensive, sustainable, coordinated approach.

Child protection agenda

Child protection agenda

WEMIHS Watoto Wetu program is a collaborative initiative aimed at increasing children access to justice in line with guidelines provided by the National Council for Children’s Services.  Some of the significant achievements include; a well-functioning Child Protection Team (CPT) that provide stakeholders with a platform to deliberate on gaps hindering delivery of child protection service in Kiambu County, mobilize resources required to address shared concerns and work in a coordinated manner to the challenge in the best interest of a child. Construction of a CPU in a police station is urgently needed to provide safe space for traumatized children reporting to police with cases of abuse, especially sexual abuse among girls.

Funding Raising:

WEMIHS will facilitate a local resource mobilization initiative towards construction of  two CPUs and their operations for a transition period of two years. The organization will employ multiple local awareness raising and resource mobilization strategies in cash or kind towards “Watoto Wetu our shared responsibility”.

How to Give!

For cash, give through:  Pay bill No. 765745 and Account No. which is the Sender’s name.

For cheques, pay to WEM Integrated Health Services, Acc. No. 0340290718742 at Equity Bank Thika, Branch.  Donations in kind will be received by WEMIHS office on Garrisa Rd. Gatuanyaga.

Thank you for your generosity. Please feel free to contact WEMIHS for any support that you may need. You can contact Martha the Resource Mobilizer WEMIHS on 0720211647 OR Andrew 0717501084 / 0733855875 0722789069.

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