- KISUMU NDOGO CENTER
Like Boma Rescue Center, Kisumu Ndogo rehabilitation program is another non - residential – drop in centre that was started in 2006 to rehabilitate street children recruited mainly from the streets of Korogocho, Huruma, Mathare and Kariobangi slums. The project is based in Korogocho slum in close proximity to the project beneficiaries. The difference between Boma Rescue Center and Korogocho street children program is that the latter deals specifically with teen age male drug addicts only. They need specialized counselling and therapy due to their addiction condition. Most of them are beyond the age of primary or elementary school. Successful cases are reintegrated in to their families or offered skill training in technical school.
The activities at this center consist of the following activities:
- REHABILITATION: is the main part of the program and it consists of the following part which are normally carried out mainly on daily basis
Cleanliness and hygiene
Spiritual aspect of rehabilitation
Feeding program (approximately 40-50 Kids per day)
Case study/case history
Group learning/group discussions
Workshops and seminars
Referrals of children to other institutions and school
Networking with other institutions and charitable children’s institutions
Kisumu Ndogocenter is staffed by: a center’s coordinator with a BA in Counselling and Psychology, two licensed counsellor and two social workers. The center also employs a variety of volunteers, interns and experts to help in the day to day activities.