Projects

We have a number of projects enabling us to care for children in Kenya.

Kenya Children's Home (KCH) is our flagship project in Kenya.  Operating as an independent home for orphans, abandoned and destitute children, KCH has cared for more than 6,000 children from birth to adulthood since it was established.  Read more...>

Jonathan Gloag Academy (JGA) was opened in 2002 to offer a high standard of primary education to the children of KCH and local fee-paying children, from kindergarten level to class eight.  Read more... >

Mashimoni is a primary school in the Kibera slum of Nairobi which has just under 600 pupils, many of whom are orphans and live in shacks with grandparents or distant relatives.  Read more... >

Soila Maasai Girls Rescue Centre at Suswa in the Rift Valley, Kenya was launched by KCH in 2005 as a refuge centre for young orphaned or destitute Maasai girls.  Read more... >

The KCH Outreach Programme supports children from impoverished backgrounds all over Kenya, by providing education, food and living expenses, whilst also offering them emotional and spiritual support.  Read more... >

The Kenya Children's Home Adoption Society offers advice and support services for those looking to adopt and to those offering their children for adoption.  Read more... >

We have a range of income generating projects that support the core activities of Kenya Children's Home.  Read more... >

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