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Our Historyfounded in 2006 from an idea born by a group of directors of Charitable Children Institutions (CCIs) who felt the need to create a nationwide network of CCIs. It was registered at the Attorney General Office in 2009.
Become a memberACCIK is a voluntary membership Organization with over 100 members drawn from Children homes from Kenya.
North Rift Conference
(ACCIK) in collaboration with Juvenile Justice Agencies, Eldoret National Polytechnic, Moi University and other stakeholders organized the Child Care and Protection Conference.The Regional Conference was held at the Eldoret National Polytechnic, Eldoret, Kenya from 9th to 11th April 2019 under the theme‘Strengthening Family and Community Responsibility in Child Care and Protection: Experiences, Challenges and Opportunities’
Welcome to Association of Charitable Children Institutions in Kenya
Founded in 2006 from an idea born by a group of directors of Charitable Children Institutions (CCIs) who felt the need to create a nationwide network of CCIs. It was registered at the Attorney General Office in 2009. Since then, ACCIK has played a leading role in coordination, capacity building and sensitization of legally registered CCIs across the 47 Counties in Kenya.
Since inception, ACCIK worked in 2 districts of Central Province, however from January 2012 ACCIK managed to mobilize 712 CCIs across all the former 8 provinces of Kenya to share its agenda and facilitate the election of regional and county representatives into the association through regional meetings.
ACCIK implements its programs around five Key thematic areas that include;
“Improve capacities of CCIs and local communities to enable them provide quality and appropriate care to children in need of care and protection. ”
— is Our GOAL
All CCIs in Kenya to provide quality child-friendly services in the best interest of the child
To provide capacity building, networking, partnership and right based approach programming for all CCIs in Kenya
- Caring attitude
- Respect for all children