Triple C: Crisis Center for Carers

Posted in Women Empowerment Projects |Date:November 2nd , 2017|Comments: 0

Crisis center is a community based organization (CBO) operating in Mombasa District, Island Divisions and its environments. It is a non-profit , making. It was initiated to bridge the gap between caretakers, orphan vulnerable children, (OVC) and children in difficult circumstances at this era of HIV/AIDS epidemic and is registered with the Ministry of Gender and Social Development.It was initiated in the year 2001 and registered in 2002. Its major objective is empowering caretakers, connecting the community and building the future. From its inception, Triple c has done a lot of activities using holistic, multi-sectional approach and working with existing structures through integration.


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