Kenya Children’s Home was established by the Balcraig Foundation in 2002 when the Scottish charity took over the running of the former Thomas Barnardo House in Nairobi. The orphanage is the flagship project of KCH and is home to up to 200 orphaned, destitute and abandoned babies and children at any one time.
Since its inception, KCH has grown significantly, extending its support far beyond the reach of the Nairobi orphanage, with the commencement and development of many other community projects throughout Kenya. These projects continue to enrich the lives of many hundreds of Kenyan children and adults every day.
Sineria’s affiliate in Kenya, Sineria Kenya Ltd, has started supporting a charitable project called Kenya Children’s Home.
The primary goal of Kenya Children’s Home is to restore hope and provision of basic needs to orphans and vulnerable children in Kenya. Kenya Children’s Home takes care of destitute, orphaned and abandoned children. The objectives are to rehabilitate the children with interpersonal development skills through education, medical care, building of their self-esteem and social living skills.
Sineria’s staff is proud to be part of this charitable mission by empowering the local families with small business skills so that they can improve their income in readiness for the reintegration of the children back into the community.
The project has a feeding program where it ensures that children get a well-balanced diet and three meals a day. Sineria contribution allow this project to broaden and bring hope to many more children and families.