State and non-state partners have been urged to collaborate to curb the increasing number of street families in the country.
Speaking during a public participation forum on The National Policy on ELCK Lutheran Bible CollegeNational Policy on Rehabilitation of Street FamiliesStreet Families Rehabilitation Trust Fund Read on
The government is set to establish a national policy aimed at providing a systematic and sustainable framework for rehabilitation of the street families in Kenya.
The sole purpose of the policy Street Families Rehabilitation Trust Fund Read on
The Ministry of Labour and Social Protection is working out on a policy to streamline integration of street families to communities.
Street Families Rehabilitation Trust Fund is currently doing public participation Ministry of Labour and Social ProtectionStreet Families Rehabilitation Trust FundTrust Fund Mburu Waiganjo Read on
The Street Families’ Rehabilitation Trust Fund has warned institutions and individuals against using street families for their selfish gains warning that their days were numbered.
Speaking Monday during a one-day public Narok County Commissioner Evans Achoki.Street Families Rehabilitation Trust Fund Read on
An old colonial court premises in Nyamira County is set to become a haven to 500 street children currently roaming various streets of Kisii County.
The premises is currently being used ASAL CEOBeatrice ObutuCounty Children’s Coordinatorold colonial court premisesRobert NjoguStreet Families Rehabilitation Trust Fundstreet urchins Read on