World Vision Unites With Religious Leaders to End Female Genital Mutilation and Child Abuse in Kenya (80786)

World Vision Unites With Religious Leaders to End Female Genital Mutilation and Child Abuse in Kenya

Churches commit to end violence against children in Kenya.

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Groundnuts have boosted household income at Matete in Kakamega County. ©World Vision_Photo by Hellen Owuor._1

Groundnuts Offer an Alternative Source of Income for Sugarcane Farmers in Western Kenya

Farmers abandon traditional cash crop in favour of more lucrative groundnuts.

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3-Joseph with his wife Joan and two of their children, Dalmas and Skovia, at their brick making site in their home in Busia, Kenya. ©World Vision/Photo by Susan Otieno

Improved Water Access Increases Family’s Fortune

Increased water availability enables families to expand business ventures in Kenya.

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Crawling from the Deep Hole of Depression and Mental Illness

Crawling from the Deep Hole of Depression and Mental Illness

Community Health Volunteers (CHVs) are helping Kenyans in rural areas to effectively manage common mental health problems such as depression, anxiety, stress and grief.

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A reformed circumsicer now saves the lives of children in Kenya's West Pokot County. ©World Vision:Photo by Sarah Ooko  copy.jpg

Hands that Cut Girls, Now Save Lives

An experienced female circumciser abandons FGM to save the lives of girls and children in her community.

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Because children can only thrive in healthy communities, our work is holistic and impacts not only the lives of children, but also their families, households and communities. This ensures that children are well-natured, supported and taken care of.

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There are many challenges. But, we continue because today's children are the future of Kenya.

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To End Violence Against Children

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Violence in all its forms is the biggest issue-affecting children today. But it does not have to be that way.

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