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World Vision Kenya 2022 Annual Report

World Vision Kenya is pleased to present the Annual Report for the Financial Year (FY) 2022, which covers our work and impact from October, 1, 2021 to September, 30, 2022.

We celebrate several milestones amidst yet another challenging year that saw over two million Kenyans face prolonged drought, resulting in a hunger crisis amongst communities in various parts of the country.

Nevertheless, our transformative projects reached over three million people (2,280,022 children and 817,044 adults).  Of the total children reached, 1,243,429 (641,107 girls and 602,322 boys) were reached through direct programming, against a target of 1,070,363.  This represents a 116% achievement.

And with agility, we have been able to reallocate, mobilise and pre-position the organisation for resources that have enabled us to provide the urgent life-saving emergency support to communities worst hit by the drought.

Another milestone for FY 2022 was the one-year anniversary of our historic first locally funded Area Programme, Salgaa, which was launched in 2021 under our National Resource and Development initiative. It seeks to address the high levels of poverty, child protection issues, among other challenges affecting children in Salgaa, Nakuru County.

We are grateful for these and many more achievements highlighted in the report, which were geared towards bringing meaningful impact on the lives of vulnerable children and their communities.

Our gratitude goes to the World Vision Kenya Board of Directors, donors, institutional stakeholders, private partners, individual supporters, as well as our dedicated staff who work tirelessly in some of the most difficult and hard-to-reach places to transform the lives of children and communities. Without them, none of these achievements would have been possible.