KidsCare believes that by working together we can achieve a higher result. Therefore, KidsCare Kenya wants to cooperate with all organizations who share the vision and mission of KidsCare, to give children their basic right.

Republic of Kenya

KidsCare Kenya works in close cooperation with the National and County Government agencies to help children in Lunga Lunga Sub-County. The Government of Kenya is KidsCare Kenya’s most important partner. Together we believe in the well-being of all Kenyan Citizens, and we work together to ensure that the orphans and vulnerable children in Lunga Lunga Sub-County receive our much needed support. Currently KidsCare is working in partnership with the Government in both the Special School Unit Program and the Community Based HomeCare and Beekeeping Program.


Wilde Ganzen (Wild Geese)

All over the world, Wilde Ganzen supports people in developing countries in their efforts to achieve a better future for their community. Their support is aimed at tangible, small-scale projects for and by the people themselves, without discrimination concerning race, language, religion, gender or sexual orientation.


Kerk in Actie

Kerk in Actie originates from an initiative run by the Protestant Church. Kerk in Actie supports the work of hundreds of churches and organizations worldwide. Their mission is to offer hope and fight for the rights of people. Regardless of their faith, political opinion, gender or nationality. Equality, reciprocity and partnership are important values.


Kenya Community Development Fund (KCDF)

KCDF is a local organization that works closely with local communities to take a leading role in their development agenda. In order to realize this objective KCDF strives to strengthen the capacity of her partners through various community interventions that encourages community participation.


Association for the Physically Disabled of Kenya (APDK)

APDK is a non-governmental organization (NGO) in Kenya established in 1958. APDK works through a network of 10 branches serving 37 counties in Kenya. Their mission is to Strengthen rehabilitation services and mainstream disability for empowerment of persons with different abilities, their families and the communities.


Cerebral Palsy Society of Kenya

CPSK is a charitable organization working towards the improvement of the welfare of children/persons afflicted by CP in the Country. The Society was formed in 1994 by parents/guardians of these children and has remained steadfast in its endeavor tot enable as many children as possible live more fulfilling lives.



4Kenya Trust is a Kenyan Charity that is supports the Kenya School for Integrated Medicine to provide a comprehensive training in both conventional and Homeopathic (Complementary and Alternative) Medicine. It is the only institution in Kenya to offer such an education. Currently, 4Kenya is working with the Kwale County MOH in a five-year project funded by the European Union.


Base Titanium Limited is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Australian and UK-listed resources company, Base Recourses Limited (ASX and AIM: BSE). Located in Kwale County, 50 km south of Mombasa, it operates Kenya’s largest mine, which was officially awarded flagship project status under Kenya’s Vision 2030 national development blueprint.

“We know that every life is precious, every life is priceless, and every life has something to offer. This is our unique perspective, our initiative, and we invite all to join us create a better and lasting future, for the children of tomorrow.” – KidsCare Kenya