• Garissa rd, Kwaheri Junction, Gatuanyaga, Thika, Kenya
  • +254 705 869 970
  • info@wemihs.or.ke


Centre for Transformative Change (CTC)

WEMIHS has established a Centre for Transformative Change, as a social enterprise to lead and package the learnings from WEMIHS’ work, with the ultimate aim of spreading WEMIHS transformative approach for social change. The CTC will among others: Provide Community Based Organization (CBO) with a platform for shared learning, skill development and collective voice Provide

Care & Protection for Vulnerable Children

Orphans and Vulnerable Children program, WEMIHS is leading a multi-agency collective response to child protection. This will involve implementation of the child protection policy, capacity building of the child protection service providers to include community, state and non-state actors and coordination platform for shared learning and advocacy. WEMIHS is also strengthening the child protection structures

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. WEMIHS Watoto Wetu program is a collaborative initiative aimed at increasing children access to justice in line with guidelines provided by the National

GRANI Project

The Grandmother Resilience and Nurturing Initiative (GRANI) was initiated by WEMIHS in 2003 as an informal response to address the negative impact of aged care providers bearing the burden of caring for AIDS orphans and vulnerable children.  The GRANI adapted a holistic approach to improving the ability of grandmothers to cope with the effects of

Comprehensive Early Childhood Development Initiative

CECDI’s goal is to improve the quality of life of children 0-8 with special needs (orphans and vulnerable children most affected by poverty and disease) in Kyuso District, Eastern Kenya. The project is premised on the fact that indigenous knowledge and practices occupy an integral position in child care ecology and therefore should be strengthened

Adolescent Girls And Youth Mentorship

The Girls’ Safe Spaces and Savings program is a grassroots adolescent mentorship program born from the need to tackle the rising needs faced by today’s youth including early pregnancy, high school drop outs, drug and substance abuse, prostitution and general hopelessness. WEMIHS, Population Council and HOW partnered for the purpose of addressing issues plaguing the

Strengthening Systems Of Child Protection

WEMIHS is grateful to the Stephen Lewis Foundation for the partnership opportunity that has made it possible for us to implement the unique Grandmother Resilience and Nurturing Initiative (GRANI). Through progressive work from GRANI phase I and II, WEMIHS has continued to restructure her OVC care and support programs focused on reducing the negative impact

  • 1
  • 2