Hon David Ochola
Hon David Ochola campaign leader

ISSUES TO BE ADDRESSED BY RWCAP

RWCAP is a program dedicated to working with children, families and their communities in Kenya to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice.
RWCAP provide hope and assistance to approximately 50 children and youths within 47 counties in Kenya. We join with local people to find lasting ways to improve the lives of poor children and families.
Thousands of Children and youth in Kenya need help to break the never-ending cycle of poverty, Hunger weakens them, unsafe drinking water makes them sick, and Missing out Education keeps them from reaching their potential.
As a sponsor, we help provide a child with sustainable access to appropriate life-changing basic like nutritious food, clean water, healthcare, and education.
Child sponsorship also helps families and communities lift themselves out of poverty by providing job training, business coaching, small loans, along with training to help poverty-affected farmers learn new ways to irrigate and grow crops.

In RWCAP we define a “Child” as a human being bellow the age of 18 years. At this stage a child needs protection from abuse and bad treatment, negative social and cultural practices and all forms of exploitation and sexual abuse. We aim to prevent the use of children as beggars on the streets of our cities.

We acknowledged that children are entitled to enjoyment of freedom of; Expression, Association, peaceful Assembly, Thought, Religion, and Conscience. We seek to protect the private life of the child and safeguard against all forms of Economic exploitation and hazardous work. Such things interfere with the child’s education; and can compromise his/her Health or Physical, social, mental, Spiritual, and Moral Development.

The program also enhanced the protection for; Children with disabilities, girls who become pregnant and internally displaced children.

HOW IT WORKS

•Choose to sponsor a girl or a boy. Within 5 days you'll receive a photo and information in your Welcome Kit, along with ways to connect with your new sponsored child.
•In 6 to 12 weeks be looking in the mail for your first letter from your sponsored child.
•Sponsorship fosters sustainability. Karen Christian College through RWCAP plans and works alongside community members to help build healthy communities for children.

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