Psychosocial Support for Families of Missing Children

When a child goes missing, their parents’ hearts literally stop beating. Families of missing children face a myriad of problems; socio-cultural, economic, legal and mental well-being. Missing Child Kenya (#MissingChildKE) had the opportunity to represent the psychosocial agenda of missing children and their families at the REPSSI Psychosocial Support Forum 2017. The bi annual forum…

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Child Safety at Places of Worship

Child safety at places of worship presents the dilemma of religious institutions wanting to be open to the public while still protecting their sanctuaries and their people. They are torn between being trusting and suspicious because places of worship should not be impenetrable fortresses but welcoming sanctuaries. Churches, mosques, temples, synagogues and other places of…

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Missing Child Kenya Notice Board at Kibera Law Courts

Missing Child Kenya works with partners and volunteers in the child protection sector and the public to help share information on missing children using varied media platforms and increase search efforts at no cost to the affected families. From collective experiences both personal and professional we understand that facts, photos and time play a big…

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