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    The Quiet Heroes Promoting Inclusive Sanitation in Kilifi County.

    In Mkongani, Kilifi county, 42.7% of the population practice open defecation ritualized and bound in tradition. The behavior and attitudes are drawn from traditional beliefs and cultural values that resist the use of latrines in many circumstances. Likewise, gender and generational differences are decisive factors in planning and operating water and sanitation.
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    Ride for Compassion

    Meet Charles Geoffrey, a Compassion Kenya alumnus aiming to raise $600,000 to see 150 children in East Africa sponsored through the ride for Compassion event in 2022.
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    Coming together not despite our differences but because of them is where humanity taps into the sweet spot of our power —channeling positive energy in the right direction to help those in need and making the biggest impact.
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    The First Step Towards Greater Educational Access

    Kajiado County in Kenya is semi-arid and predominantly populated by the Maasai. Along the Emali-Kajiado Road is a trading centre...
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    Compassion Earns Level 1 Certification From Keeping Children Safe

    We are delighted to announce that Compassion International has achieved the KCS Level 1 Certification in Child Protection from Keeping Children Safe (KCS), an internationally recognized child safeguarding organization.
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    A glimmer of hope

    Lucy Wangui, 18, narrates how her mother's death in November 2020 left her breastfeeding and caring for her two-month-old sister...
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    Fighting Malaria One Net At A Time

    Malaria is a life-threatening disease caused by parasites transmitted to people through the bites of infected female Anopheles mosquitoes.

Compassion Earns Level 1 Certification From Keeping Children Safe

We are delighted to announce that Compassion International has achieved the KCS Level 1 Certification in Child Protection from Keeping Children Safe (KCS), an internationally recognized child safeguarding organization.

According to the certification announcement from KCS, “Compassion has established a sound and robust framework for keeping children safe, as identified through a self-assessment, external review of key documents and interviews with key personnel. The framework identifies child safeguarding risks and describes the steps Compassion has taken to ensure that minimum child safeguarding measures are in place.”

We are delighted to announce that Compassion International has achieved the KCS Level 1 Certification in Child Protection from Keeping Children Safe (KCS), an internationally recognized child safeguarding organization.

According to the certification announcement from KCS, “Compassion has established a sound and robust framework for keeping children safe, as identified through a self-assessment, external review of key documents and interviews with key personnel. The framework identifies child safeguarding risks and describes the steps Compassion has taken to ensure that minimum child safeguarding measures are in place.”

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