Kibera Slum Recovery
This program helps alleviate poverty for children and their families in the Kibera Slum through education and a number of social initiatives.
The Kibera Slum is considered the worst slum in all of Africa. People who live in Kibera struggle daily against hunger, unemployment and disease. More than 100,000 children who live in the Kibera Slum have lost one or both parents to HIV/AIDS. These children have no access to the most basic human rights—food, clean water, health care and education.
The Kibera Slum Recovery Program supports over 200 children to attend school, and provides them and their families with critical social services such as feeding programs, health care, home care, life skills training, coping skills support, and leadership training to help them envision a life beyond the devastating effects of poverty, substance abuse and sickness.
How Your Gift Helps!
Your gift helps to provide children and their families with education and key social services to help them break to cycle of poverty.
100% Of Your Donation
will be used to improve the lives of children and families in Kenya, thanks to some generous donors who pay all our overhead.
Make A General Donation
$3000 provides psycho-social counselling to vulnerable families for one year. $7000 equips a school in Kibera with supplies and educational materials required to teach students effectively.
Learn More About Sponsorship
$41 per month provides a child with the basic necessities he or she needs—food, education, health care and psycho-social support.
International Needs Canada is a charitable organization with a global network of 34 partner countries. Our approach to development relies on the empowerment of indigenous leaders to bring about change in their local communities. We focus primarily on the empowerment of vulnerable children through education, health and wellness, character development, and skills training.
International Needs Canada
Address: 230-1119 Fennell Ave E.,
Hamilton, ON, Canada, L8T 1S2
Charity Number: #12994 3072 RR0001