Street Families Trust Fund Board holds Public participation in Nakuru on policy document

The National Government through Street Families Rehabilitation Trust Fund in partnership with stakeholders is developing a national policy document to help address the challenges of street families in the country. The document once finalized will help address the numerous gaps in terms of policy and legal framework, knowledge, culture and change of mindset as well as gaps in coordination and management of street families. According to the Acting CEO Street Families Rehabilitation Trust Fund Ms Caroline Towett, since establishment in 2003 through a gazette notice 1558 there has never been…

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County commences registration program for street families to ease rehabilitation

There will be no room for illegal groupings in Nakuru’s CBD after the county Government in collaboration with security agents on Thursday commenced registration of street families within Nakuru’s CBD. Governor Lee Kinyanjui says his administration has facilitated the ongoing registration aimed at identifying the needy street children that will help them return them in their homes and rehabilitate some of them. “As a county we have commenced the registration of street families. We want to see how we can help some of them trace their families while others will…

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