At Kidsworld our first priority is to care for Street children by sheltering, feeding, clothing, educating and taking care of their physical needs & any health issues they may have.
Our next priority is to do something about their future, which we do through trade and life skills training. In this way we not only take care of their immediate needs, but help prepare and equip them practically, physically as well as spiritually for life.
Our third priority is to integrate Street Kids & orphans into the communities they’re in. This we accomplish through our shared Community Development Projects through which we help alleviate poverty by initiating and facilitating training projects together with local community groups & leaders.
These training projects include handicraft, trade skills, agricultural training as well as commercial training & micro financing opportunities, focusing on the areas where our Street Kids Centers are.
Finally, and a fundamental objective of the Kidsworld Centers, is the fostering and housing of Street Kids with the families in those communities in which the Street Kids are, yet without making any additional demands on the host families’ resources,by providing the necessary support and assistance.
Family Album – 2017
Boys will be boys (hitching a ride)
Our goal however is to teach them to use their talents more creatively
Lira distrct, Northern Uganda – Primary School, Kinyoro, Kenya – Zea Village, Mount Elgon, Kenya
Bungoma Primary School, Kenya – Nsumi Primary, Kampala, Uganda – Sisokhe Village, Western , Kenya
Khalwenge Village Kids, Kenya – Turkana Kids, Northern Kenya – Compel Primary, Webuye, Kenya
Since – 2004
The primary aim of the Kidsworld Centers and Projects are to give Street Kids
real hope for a real future through care, education and skills training.
Our centers and projects therefore cover most every aspect of their development,
from Nursery School up to young adults finding their first employment.
Whilst the Kidsworld Centers are involved with the daily needs such as
feeding, clothing, housing, education and health care, the projects
are particularly aimed at Life Skill Training at all ages and
levels, starting as young as Nursery School training.
Projects and project activities therefore include …
Schooling …… from primary level upwards
Adult education … for the older generation
Extra mural …….. activities and assistance
Trade skills …….. Handicraft and carpentry
Sewing …. dress design & Garment making
Cooking .. Nutrition and Physical education
Musical training … incl. sound engineering
Agricultural ….. and other farming projects
Reaching out and impacting the lives of young girls
Elizabeth Mumbi (Mudenyo)
After having been introduced to the Covenant Ministries Training, having heard Papajan teach about being fruitful, and knowing the great need amongst her own people, Elizabeth started to look for a way of personally doing something, particularly in the lives of young girls.
Through Kidsworld Projects, Covenant Ministries supported her in starting a few Skills Training centres, with the goal of training girls in skills such as Sewing and Dressmaking. It was through this closer contact with young girls, that Elizabeth saw the serious lack of sanitary training and support for girls. Seeing how that young girls were missing school for a week every month, not knowing how to help themselves, falling pregnant and open to HIV. Elizabeth knew where she needed to get involved.
Realising that more than just talks and some giveaways were needed to be
of any real help.
Her prayers were answered when she met Cathy, a Canadian who seeing what was being done at Kidsworld Centres and hearing about the sanitary issues, showed Elizabeth a way of hand making ‘reusable’ sanitary pads …
Love Binti was born!
Today with the support of Covenant Ministries / Kidsworld Centres, Love Binti is reaching, training and equipping girls all over Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda
School outreach and Training
Training young girls to make re-usable sanitary pads
Love Binti Training in Tanzania
Love Binti Prison Outreach Training in Rural areas