Adams Arcade, Elgeyo Marakwet RD. Off Ngong RD

0800 721 361

Our Work: Protection

From Broken Bonds to Healing Hands: Talitha Kum Kenya’s Shield of Protection

At Talitha Kum Kenya, we stand as a beacon of hope in the darkest corners of human trafficking. Witnessing the scars of exploitation firsthand, we pledge unwavering support to victims and survivors, nurturing their journey towards wholeness.

Our shield of protection encompasses five pillars:

1. Safe Harbor for Hope: We provide safe shelter, a sanctuary where fear subsides and healing begins.

2. Holistic Health: We ensure access to medical care, psychological therapy, and trauma-informed counseling guides survivors towards physical and emotional well-being.

3. Family: A Woven Thread: Reconnecting survivors with their families, or building a chosen one within our community, rekindles the warmth of belonging.

4. Homeward Bound: Repatriation, when desired, is carefully orchestrated, ensuring safe return and ongoing support in their home countries.

5. Justice Unbound: We empower survivors to access legal aid and navigate the judicial system, demanding accountability for their perpetrators.

But our reach extends beyond individual victims. We understand the ripples of trafficking that disrupt entire communities.

For vulnerable groups:

Economic Empowerment: We equip them with livelihood skills and resources, fostering self-reliance and resilience against exploitation.

Collaborative Justice: We work hand-in-hand with local authorities and community leaders to strengthen anti-trafficking systems and access to justice.

From victims to victors, from fear to freedom, Talitha Kum Kenya walks with survivors every step of the way. Our tireless efforts ensure not only individual healing but also a safer, more just future for generations to come.

Join us in this fight. Volunteer, donate, spread the word. Together, we can turn shattered lives into stories of strength and hope.

Visit our website to learn more about our initiatives and how you can make a difference.

#TalithaKum #EndTrafficking #ProtectVulnerableGroups #TogetherWeHeal

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *