BEDS FOR MOTHERS WITH CHILDREN IN PRISON

Kenya has 31 women prisons. Faraja Foundation has only been able to reach out to only two female prison institutions; Lang’ata Women’s Prison and Nakuru Women’s Prison. More mothers who are incarcerated with their children in the 29 remaining prisons need beds.

PSYCHOSOCIAL INTERVENTIONS IN MALE PRISONS

There are 94 male prisons in Kenya with a popuation exceeding 3000 inmates. Faraja Foundation through a baseline survey has discovered that many male inmates undergo a lot of pychological challenges while in prison. As an intervention, we conduct counselling and peer counselling trainings in these institutions.

PSYCHOSOCIAL INTERVENTIONS IN WOMEN PRISONS

Women to have many psychosocial issues affecting them while in prison. For an effective rehabilitation program, counselling plays a key role in making this a reality. Moreover, effective one to one counselling reuires a coducive environment that makes it possibe for prisons to express themselves freely. Many female prisons lack this facility.

JUVENILE JUSTICE

There are 11 rehabilitation centres in Kenya which hold children below the age of 17 years who are in contact with the law. We recorgnize that there are various rights that govern a child and as a result, we run programs touching on their health, emotional wellbeing, psychological wellbeing and education.

OUR STRATEGIC FOCUS

Faraja Foundation has a new strategic focus for the period between 2018 to 2022. Its scope of work will be around male prisons, women prisons, juvenile institutions, probation hostels and children rehabilitation centers. Our mandate will be anchored on three thematic areas: Capacity Development Projects, Community Adaptation Projects and Human Rights and Advocacy Projects.