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Suppressing Viral Loads and Empowering Caregivers

Gladys, who is HIV positive, is a beneficiary of the MWENDO OVC project. She is a mother of 5 children...
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APPRENTICESHIP SKILLS AS A MEANS OF LIVELIHOOD

MWENDO’s apprenticeship approach provides out-of-school OVC (15 – 17) OVC with specific occupational skills, as well as valuable employability skills,...
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Out of School Youth Program Providing Unlimited Possibilities.

Education opens unlimited possibilities for society that would otherwise be denied namely; a better chance to lead healthy and productive...
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Disability is not Inability

They say Disability is not inability and one can still achieve their dreams if only you commit yourself to hard...
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NON FORMAL EDUCATION FOR OUT OF SCHOOL YOUTH

According to attachment theory, young children need to form a strong attachment to at least one primary caregiver who can provide the unconditional love...
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Rose – MWENDO OVC

Rose is 13 years old from Kisii County. When she was enrolled in MWENDO OVC in April 2018 her Viral...
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Mama Hilda

In efforts to foster sustainable systems that help local communities meet the needs of orphans and vulnerable children.  The Wezesha...
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Dennis Odhiambo

Dennis was a beneficiary of the Watoto Tusome Project, an initiative by UNICEF and Life Skills Promoters whose primary objective...
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WEZESHA OVC- Out of School Youth

Nicholas Odera was disabled by polio and left under the care of his ailing grandmother after the death of his...
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Gearing Towards the Mark

Offering quality care & support to Vulnerable Children: In our efforts to provide and improve care & support  to Vulnerable...