The programs in this department include the following:
Each year the Department admits an average of 30- 40 vulnerable children.
Based on the recommendations of the Social workers, children in situations
of distress are provided shelter in the Centre while children from stable
homes are admitted as non-residents.
Skills training is provided for all children in vocations which include:
hairdressing, tailoring, carpentry, art and craft, mechanics, wielding,
etc….Children graduate from their trainings and kits are provided to
support their installation in the community.
Civic education programs bring in several experts including university
student mentors to prepare young children for effective reintegration in
A small Micro-finance loan has been introduced to children resident in
the centre to run a poultry and do farming to augment their feeding and
generate petty income for their needs.
Nkumu Fed Fed aims at empowering underprivileged and vulnerable groups in
society with a focus on women and the girl child of rural communities, as a means of fighting poverty and
guaranteeing equity in social and economic development. .