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Koinonia Community Beneficiaries- Tujikuze Event

Koinonia Community beneficiaries get to meet up once a year to discuss about their welfare. This year's theme was Tujikuze where the event took place at Kivuli Center in Kabiria, Nairobi. Old boys and girls from different centers under the Koinonia Community umbrella got to share their stories as well as motivate one another.

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Parents Seminar: The Reintegration Process

On the 10th day of December 2016, parents to children being rehabilitated at the Ndugu Mdogo and Mother House centers which are currently under the MAECI project attended a one day seminar. The seminar was aimed at preparing the parents mentally on the arrival of their children after the rehabilitation process. January 2017 will see the children get integrated back to their families and the community as a whole.

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Paolo's Home Celebrates International Day of people with Disability

It is the joy of every mother to deliver a healthy and bouncing baby. That was not the case for Florence Arum, mother to 5 year old cerebral palsy patient. Cerebral palsy is a neurological disorder caused by brain injury or malfunction that occurs while the child’s brain is developing or during birth when oxygen cannot reach the brain. The condition lasts a life time and one requires specialized care.

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Hail the Nairobi Sub-County Champions

Amani Yassets Football Club are the winners of the 2015/2016 Nairobi Sub-County League. This season they have played 22 matches, managing 16 wins and 6 draws. This is the first time the team has won a league since the team’s inception in 1992.


Koinonia Children Conference 2016

Koinonia children conference has been in existence for three years now since 2014. The 2016 edition was held on the 15th November at Tone La Maji one of the Koinonia Community centers in Kajiado County. Children from from the other centers; Kivuli center, Ndugu Mdogo and Mother House rescue centers converged at Tone La Maji for this year’s celebrations.

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Social Workers Training on Successes and Difficulties in Their Work

On a chilly Wednesday morning the 2nd of November 2016, saw a conference meeting of social workers from various centers at Koinonia Community. Among those present was Chiara Avezzano the Amani Onlus representative in Kenya who is also the MAECI program coordinator, Boniface Bokada the Programs/ Human Resource Manager at Koinonia Community, social workers and street educators. They had gathered at the conference room in Block B at Shalom House for a one day training.


Reintegration of Koinonia Beneficiaries - 2016 group

Koinonia Community is a non-governmental organization that seeks to rescue, rehabilitate and reintegrate vulnerable children in Kenya.

Families to Families is a project under Koinonia Community that handles the reintegrate of rehabilitated children back to their families. This is done in order to ensure there is a smooth transition for the children from the various centers at Koinonia back to their families.


Take Me to School Fundraising

As Koinonia Community continues to transform lives of little ones through provision of education, care, love and basic needs, we count on you to join us in raising funds to sustain this noble initiative.

To make a donation please email or call +254 722 202198

Visiting day at Ndugu Mdogo

This will be an opportunity for parents and guardians to interact with their children for the first time since they were rescued from the streets

Life Skills Training on Relationships at Ndurarua Primary School

The MAECI project which is being implemented by Koinonia Community in partnership with Amani Onlus has incorporated Ndurarua Primary School, in Riruta Satellite to offer Life skills lessons twice a month during the 2nd and 4th weeks. These lessons are under Health Club which is headed by Mrs. Walter at the school.



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