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Education of Re-integrated Beneficiaries

January is normally characterized by children heading back to school for the first term of the year in Kenya.

It is no different at Koinonia Community Rescue Centers who this year have successfully ensured that 58 boys and girls they have  joined school with the youngest joining pre-unit while the oldest joined standard seven, one joined high school while two others have joined technical institutions. 

The two rescue centers; Mother House and Ndugu Mdogo have this year recorded a 95% successful reintegration process of 48 boys and girls.


Universal Children's Day 2017

Children are one of the most treasured possessions on earth.


Scaling the heights

She is graceful and her laughter lights up a room. 15 year old Grace Njeri* is among the over one million candidates sitting for their Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) exams in the country. She is also among hundreds of children under the care of Koinonia Community.


Child Family Reunification Meeting

The Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) is just around the corner, set for the first week of November. Children from various centers- Kivuli, Tone la Maji and Anita Home will also be taking part in this year’s examination after which they will be reintegrated back to their families.


Stakeholders' Breakfast Meeting

The stake holders breakfast meeting is one of the many activities held by Koinonia Community as it gears up the main event of the Gala Dinner scheduled for November.


Psycho-support Parents/Guardians meeting

Koinonia Community have been at the fore front impacting the lives of community members through the rescue, rehabilitation and reintegration of children from the streets.


Recognizing the Best Performers in Koinonia

Success cannot be achieved unless someone has the vision and desire- the words of Mr. Harrison Kyalo, Koinonia Community Administrator during the 2nd edition of Koinonia Recognition Event that took place on 28th July 2017 at Paolo’s Home in Kibera.

This is a day set aside in the Koinonia calendar aimed at honoring individuals and projects that have performed well in attaining certain goals as a means of motivation, in the last year.

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Chidren for Peace Initiative

In the words of Martin Luther King Jr, if we are to have peace on earth, our loyalties must transcend our race, tribe and class. Peace is one thing that is precious but plenty of time taken for granted, until there is absence of it that its value is realized.

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Singing and Drumming for Peace

Peace is an important aspect in any setting and even more relevant as Kenya gears up to the general elections in August.

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Reintegration Seminar for Parents

Reintegration is the process through which children that have been successfully rehabilitate from the streets are introduced back to their families. The reintegration process focusses on three key points; retention of a child in the family setting, safety and wellbeing of the child.

Families to Families is a Koinonia Community project mandated to help both parents and children through the process of reintegration. A family setting is the best place for a child to grow in thus the need for reintegration as a human being is incomplete without a family.


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