• Enrolment of new members into the Association, which currently stands at 350 members
  • Established governance structure with committed and participatory leadership
  • Development of a national curriculum on child care and protection at degree, diploma and certificate levels in line with the 3rd pillar of the national plan of action, 2015-2022. This was done in partnership with the Juvenile Justice Agencies, Kenya institute of curriculum development (KICD) and Pwani University Click here for more details on Diploma in Child Care and protection course offered at PC Kinyanjui
  • Authorship child care and protection – a handbook for practitioners – 2016
  • Trained over 2,000 CCI staff on child care and protection
  • Over 3,000 community members, CCI members, religious leaders and government officials sensitized on alternative family care arrangements.
  • Over 10 County Chapter Networks formed to push for county specific advocacy agendas across the 15 counties ACCIK program implementation
    Strengthened working relationship with the Children Department and other Juvenile Justice Agencies.
  • Development of CCIs Directory in Kenya
  • Development of child protection and volunteer policy for all CCIs in Kenya
  • Improved child participation in the management of CCIs through CCI’s Children Forums and Care Leavers’ League.
  • Organised 1st national symposium and the North rift child care and protection conference