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Adopt-a-Boma initiative launched in Kibra

It reached out to residents of Kibra with food rations

In Summary

• Event also supported children with autism with epileptic suppression drugs

I Choose Life Africa CEO Mike Mutungi and Ford Foundation special assistant regional director Hannah Ahere
I Choose Life Africa CEO Mike Mutungi and Ford Foundation special assistant regional director Hannah Ahere
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The Adopt-a-Boma food drive recently reached out to residents of Kibra with food rations. It also supported children with autism with epileptic suppression drugs.

The event was also used to identify the construction site for a Youth Friendly Service Corner that will cater for not only the youths but also persons living with disabilities to access sexual and reproductive health Services.

The event took place at the Kibra Deputy County Commissioner’s Office. Among those present were I Choose Life Africa CEO Mike Mutungi and Ford Foundation special assistant regional director Hannah Ahere.

Volunteers Foundation project coordinator Leah Asego and Child Destiny care giver Florence Arum
Volunteers Foundation project coordinator Leah Asego and Child Destiny care giver Florence Arum
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Child Mission Africa programme management Mercy Murigi and Child Destiny caregiver Sharon Anindo
Child Mission Africa programme management Mercy Murigi and Child Destiny caregiver Sharon Anindo
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Kibra MP's Office assistant manager Joyce Wachuka and Child Destiny care giver Baria Hassan
Kibra MP's Office assistant manager Joyce Wachuka and Child Destiny care giver Baria Hassan
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Kibra deputy county commissioner Gideon Ombongi, I Choose Life Africa county manager Vincent Ayako and regional manager Gibson Mwaita
Kibra deputy county commissioner Gideon Ombongi, I Choose Life Africa county manager Vincent Ayako and regional manager Gibson Mwaita
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Health officer Dolphin Nyandoro and I Choose Life Africa seal peer educator Geoffrey Juma
Health officer Dolphin Nyandoro and I Choose Life Africa seal peer educator Geoffrey Juma
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