Our impact in 2020
These past four years, while implementing our 2016-2020 national strategy, World Vision made tremendous impact in the lives of children in Kenya, along with their families.
Among our major highlights was the development of an engagement brief on the effects of COVID-19 on children, which was presented to the African Union’s Committee of Experts on the Rights and Welfare of Children.
World Vision launches new strategy targeting 8.8 million children in Kenya
World Vision plans to contribute to the improved and sustained well-being of over 8.8 million children in Kenya, including more than 2.5 million children identified as most vulnerable children by 2025.
Click below to discover how we plan to go further together with hope and resilience for children.
Chief Rallies Community to End FGM and Child Marriage
As we count down to the new year, we celebrate #HiddenHero leaders like Chief Carlos, a former sponsored child of Word Vision, who is rallying communities to end violence against children amidst the COVID-19 pandemic in Kenya.
We believe every child matters. Our goal is to ensure all children live life in all its fullness. To achieve this, we work in remote and hard to reach areas to find solutions to health, education, food, water and sanitation challenges.
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.
Through a bottom-up participatory process, we work with children to address problems affecting them. Our goal is to educate them about their rights and empower them to become advocates against injustices they face.
There are many challenges. But, we continue because today's children are the future of Kenya.
Our Strategy: Reaching the most Vulnerable Child
Join us to go further with hope and resilience for children in Kenya
Watch these videos to learn about our new strategy and learn more about the work that World Vision is doing in Kenya.
Vaccines Save Lives
To boost child health and reduce infant mortality (death), World Vision sensitises families on the significance of immunisation that protects children from diseases.
Water for All
Through its projects, World Vision is enhancing access to water so as to improve the well-being of children and communities in Kenya.
A Helping Hand
World Vision offers support to communities afflicted by various disasters – such as famine, floods or conflicts – across Kenya.
To End Violence Against Children
Violence in all its forms is the biggest issue-affecting children today. But it does not have to be that way.