Kenya

World Vision Kenya continues its active response to conditions of severe drought causing over 90 per cent of open water sources to dry up and affecting nearly 3.5 million people. Beyond the emergency response to drought, our priorities for children in Kenya are three-fold: strengthening family livelihoods and resilience, ensuring child protection and access to quality education, and improving child and maternal health.

people reached

187,256

programs

11

Level of Fragility

Very Low Developing

Gender Equality Rank

69.2%
IMPACT
306

deaths were prevented through the ENRICH program

2016 - 2021
IMPACT
2,250

stunting cases were prevented through the ENRICH program

2016 - 2021
Progress

127,396people benefited from the provision of in-kind food assistance

Progress

18,518people participated in trainings, counseling or activities on preventing and responding to infectious diseases, such as COVID-19

Progress

3,526people were trained or involved in community water, sanitation or hygiene initiatives

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Country Details

World Vision Kenya continues its active response to conditions of severe drought causing over 90 per cent of open water sources to dry up and affecting nearly 3.5 million people. Beyond the emergency response to drought, our priorities for children in Kenya are three-fold: strengthening family livelihoods and resilience, ensuring child protection and access to quality education, and improving child and maternal health.
World Vision 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.

World Vision has a vast reach in Kenya. Our transformative development initiatives are spread across 37 counties.

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Results

Unless otherwise stated, data presented on this page reflects the most up-to-date results of World Vision Canada programs reported between October 2021 and September 2022, and any previous fiscal years available. Previously reported data may not match the current presentation as we continuously receive and refine data from our programs. If you have any questions, kindly reach out to us.