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“We support adoption because we advocate for every child to have a family which brings a sense of identity”, says Caroline Boraya, Project Officer, Changing The Way We Care project at Kesho Kenya during an interview.
What does adoption mean for a child?
Caroline Boraya: “It means hope, a home to grow up in, with a loving and nurturing family for steady growth and development.”
What is adoption?
“Adoption is a legal process by which a child becomes the child of individuals other than his or her biological parents.”
How open are Kenyans to adoption?
“Many people shy away because the of administrative process, and the fees connected to the legal process are too high for them. Additionally, Kenyan society still has a negative perception towards an adopted child. They see them as outsiders, especially when it comes to questions of inheritance and succession. Adoption is a grey area; due to cultural reasons, people are afraid of speaking up to avoid being marginalized.”
Is it difficult to adopt a child in Kenya?
Adoption means for a child to have a sense of belonging, security and identity.
“Yes and no. When you make your mind up, you need to be ready to go through a long process which takes at least 6 months. You need to have the financial means and a lawyer. A registered adoption society can take you through both legal and social processes.”
Any other requirements? “If one is single, one can adopt when they are between 25 and 65 years old. A couple that wishes to adopt must have been married for at least three years. Before the adoption process starts, one needs to reveal their social status, family background, health, living standards and must notAhave been convicted of any criminal offenses.”
.Where can those interested in adopting a child get advice from?
“They can go to any children office at the Sub County level. They can also explore various adoption agencies in Kenya.”
Your last remarks to those considering adoption?
“I would wish to encourage anyone looking to adopt to contact an adoption agency and start the process so as to give most, if not all children a chance to belong to a family.”
Research shows that children who grow up in orphanages are harmed in numerous ways. They are more susceptible to violence, abuse and exploitation, and their physical, intellectual and psychological development is delayed. At the Coast of Kenya, Kesho Kenya is an implementing partner in the Changing The Way We Care (CTWWC) initiative which seeks to educate and advocate for Family Based Care. Rose is one of our beneficiaries.
Rose is 12 years old and from a family of 5 children. She is a total orphan and was left in the care of her grandmother. Her family which still has other children to take care of, placed her in an orphanage. She has been staying in Mother’s Vision Children’s Home since 2015. Her family hoped she would be able to access better nutrition and education for her to finish her studies.
Assessments to identify needs
COVID 19 saw many Charitable Children Institutions (CCIs) close down and children sent home. Rose was among the children who were released from the CCI and went back to her grandparents’ home. CRS through the Local Implementing Partner Kesho Kenya has been supporting Rose and her family for the past weeks. The Kesho Kenya social worker conducted child, family and community assessments to identify what support Rose and her family may need and the services that are available or are needed within the community.
Cash transfer, household items and personal items
CRS provided Rose’s parents a cash transfer to cater for critical household needs combined with livelihood training to improve their home and living conditions through income generating activities. The care givers also received cash transfer which they used to purchase food for the household as well as panties, sanitary towels, body oil and a pair of shoes for Rose. The rest of the money was used to boost their fire wood business so as to increase the daily family income.
The family also plans to start Chicken rearing business, and they already have some chicken to start with. They asked for assistance in building a store for their firewood and a chicken coop. Rose was also signed up in the National Health Insurance fund (NHIF) for medical support that will also benefit her grandparents and their child who is under the age of 18.
From distressed to cheerful
The caregivers reported to have noted a great improvement on Rose. At the start, she was very distressed returning back home from the CCI, She sat alone, lost in her own thoughts, and refuse to mingle with other children in the household. The teacher was called in several times to counsel her but she did not respond or get better. The care giver noted that when we started engaging her, coming for follow up visits, giving cash to the family and a dignity pack to her, she lit up and became cheerful. She said that if the economic status of the family can change by being supported to achieve economic empowerment, she will not go back to the CCI.
Changing The Way We Care is working with the government, civil society, and other non-governmental organizations in Kenya to begin the process of changing the culture of orphanages throughout the country. Changing the Way We Care promotes safe, nurturing family care for children reintegrating from residential institutions and prevents child-family separation by strengthening families, reforming national systems of care for children, and working with others to shift commitments and conversations in support of family care.
There was a time when students at Uyombo Girls Secondary were far from feeling associated with their school. Girls were even urging their parents to transfer them. Now, one year after the SHINE project started, they are proud of their school because things have changed.
It just took a school exchange visit to spark the fire. “We want our school to be like Bahari Girls Secondary”, said the members of the Uyombo integrity club after spending a day at the national boarding school which has everything they dream of: a laboratory, nice classrooms, spacious dormitories, and a school bus. At their small school in a rural area, nothing really developed since it was built in 2009, apart from the construction of an office and a dining hall.
Science classes in regular classrooms
Above all, a laboratory was missing,” stated Uyombo Girls’ integrity club member. During science classes, practical work needed to be done in regular classrooms. Smoky and burning chemicals were very disturbing. In a laboratory, the bad-smelling gases could escape through fuel channels. The students approached the principal who saw the necessitate and gave consent to build a laboratory. The first project at Uyombo Girls was born.
New laboratory: Students volunteer to minimize costs
In November 2019, construction started. The national government contributed to 6,000 KSH (60 USD) per student. This was far away from being enough. How could costs be minimized? The integrity club members decided to volunteer and fetch stones from a quarry on the school compound. Four days after they started the work, the principal ordered all other students to support them. “This building will be used by all of you!” Furthermore, students took stones from a burnt office building, raised money, and bought stones from a quarry in the neighborhood.
The big surprise waiting
The building was finished in June 2020, although the school is closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. “The students have not seen it yet”, says Dennis Ogero, a teacher at Uyombo and in his function as patron head of the integrity club. ”It will be a big and nice surprise for them when they return.” What is missing now is only to furnish the empty big room and to add the already stored equipment.
Another project which is under construction is a new and spacy dormitory. “This upgrade is supported by the local member of parliament”, explains Ogero. “It allows us to take soon 36 more students. The old dormitory is very small and thus congested. Students wanted to board but we did not have the facilities to accommodate them.”
Girls become proud of their school
It’s a new experience for the school as the number of students requesting the board has increased. “There was a time where students were so unsatisfied with the school and its infrastructure that they urged their parents to send them somewhere else”, says the watchman who is also the guardian of a student.
In his eyes, both projects, laboratory, and dormitory became triggers to improve things at Uyombo Secondary and thus to retain and attract students. “The girls now want to be associated with their school. They are proud of being here.”
Since the SHINE project was implemented, also the relationship between students, teachers, and school management changed. Ogero: “Before, orders were given from up to down, and students feared the teachers. Now we are in dialogue, and students speak out if they see any problem, inform us and we try to rectify. Students have become more confident. They are encouraged by what they see as possible and they can cause when they get the chance to participate.”
SHINE means “Students Acting for Honesty, Integrity, and Equality”. The project is established at 45 schools in Kilifi County, Kenya. The project aims at empowering students to act with and demand integrity in their school communities. Behind is the belief that integrity creates the conditions for people to resist corruption.
One component of the SHINE project is Integrity Clubs in which students are empowered to identify problems existing within their school communities, amicably come up with possible solutions, and mainstream intolerance to corruption. They monitor the development of projects through an app that is publicly accessible. In doing so, students practically learned the virtues of responsibility, accountability, transparency, hardworking, honesty, inclusivity.
Integrity Club members from our SHINE project girls schools interact and share experiences during an Exchange Visit at Bahari Girls’ or Sokoke Boys’. There, each school presented projects they are implementing, shared their challenges as others helped them find possible solutions and showcased their talents.
Some people were born under a lucky star and Bahati is one of them. Her journey with Kesho Kenya only began after a misfortune in the office. She came with her mum to request for support and accidentally knocked over a big partition that separates our office area from the resource center. It was at this point when we realized she could not see properly. She was immediately taken to hospital where the doctor stated that she was partially blind. Kesho Kenya paid up her medical bills and that was how she became a beneficiary.
When good luck came knocking …
She was then allocated a sponsor whom they connected beyond the termly letters. Over holidays, the sponsor travels all the way from abroad to Kilifi to visit Bahati and her family. She has supported them in various ways and bought them scholastic materials, bedding and other items. She even bought Bahati a pair of spectacles help her in reading.
Last year, the sponsor sent Kesho Kenya 350 Pounds (Ksh. 45,000) to enable Bahati’s mum start up a business. The saying, give man a fish and feed him for a day; teach a man how to fish and feed him for a lifetime applies to this case since a business would enable Bahati’s mum generate income to look after her family. She therefore joined our business classes where she was individually coached by Ms. Elizabeth. Kesho Kenya offers entrepreneurship classes to community members to help them start small scale businesses that generate income to enable parents financially support families.
Business ideas such as selling groceries, vegetables and fish
“I learnt so much from the entrepreneurship classes like businesses I could venture into such as selling groceries, food stuff and vegetables. The training opened my eyes up as I learnt how to keep my business afloat once it starts.” Says Bahati’s mum with a wide smile. She adds that besides learning how she can diversify her income, she learnt on maintaining high hygiene to keep her customers happy and buying from her.
She started off by selling local fish (papa, kumbu), onions and prepared chapati which she sold out to students in the nearby school. “Ms. Charity and Elizabeth helped me kick off as they bought me a table and an umbrella to put out as a stand so as to display my merchandise.”
How the Corona Virus Pandemic affected her business
“My target customers for chapatis were students in our neighboring school but since they closed and students are at home, I cannot continue preparing as they will not sell out and will register a loss.”
She explains that her business was doing well but since corona virus came to the County, it has been adversely affected. This is because the cost of purchasing items is very high and selling it to her customers at an even higher price is becoming a challenge. So she decided to save up the money which she will use in restocking onions and vegetables after the pandemic.
She is only left with her fish (sardines) selling business which she sells from her house as she has established customer base and they buy from her house. Also, she has a newborn who is only a week old forcing her to stay home and nurse her baby as she recovers from delivering.
Planning to buy a savings kit to support children in education
“As you can see, the house I live in is in a dilapidated state. With the long rains here with us, water sips through the roof into the house. My plan is to save up a good amount of money to enable me to rent out a better house.” She also says that she wants to buy a savings kit so that she can save up as much as possible to enable her to buy stationery and other school materials for her children.
Bahati’s family is also lucky to be among the house holds that benefit from a weekly cash transfer of Ksh. 1,500 to ensure they are able to afford meals and other items during the Covid 19 period.
“I am very grateful to Kesho Kenya for continuously supporting me and my family. I cannot even imagine where I would be had they not come in to support my daughter and family at large four years ago.”
I am Francis Kitsao, a Kesho Kenya alumni and currently in my final year pursuing my degree in gender and development studies. Kesho Kenya has walked with me since I joined high school in 2012 to date. Kesho did not only pay my school fees but also molded me by equipping me with various life skills that enable me to thrive in this very competitive world.
Kesho offered me trainings on leadership, entrepreneurship, goal setting and career selection among others that have not only helped me in selecting my university course but also discover what I’m passionate about and that is bringing about positive change to my community. The trainings also taught me how to manage my finances while at the university, boost my self-esteem, and develop leadership skills.
Passion for mentorship
My journey with Kesho did not just stop at high school since i was given an opportunity to volunteer so as to gain relevant work experience before joining university. The experience there helped me explore my abilities in various ways I could never have imagined. From time to time, I would mentor secondary school students on achieving academic success. Well, this was not easy as I had never been in front of an audience but with time, I developed passion for mentorship, urge to bring change and solutions to some of the problems in our society.
So when I joined the university, I had the idea to start up an initiative that would influence positive behavior change among students but did not know where to start. For starters, I was only in my first year of study and still familiarizing with the institutional policies and structures. I continued with my studies but never lost focus on what i wanted to achieve before completing my course.
When men dominate women
When I got to my second year of studies, I felt that was best time to start up the drive since Ihad made a few friends with the same interest and had good relationships with some of my lecturers who came helped out both in cash and kind. To be honest, I was full of uncertainties like “what if I start this up and it flops?” Nevertheless, I never let my doubts weigh me down and went ahead with my drive. Most students were at first not willing to pay up club registration fees but I managed to convince them that it was all for a noble course which will change our society.
I had witnessed what was happening both in my community and the university. Having been brought up in a patriarchal family, I understood what it was like, for men to domineer over women compelling them to think that’s how it should be.
I felt the need to educate people against Sexual Gender Based Violence (SGBV) that has seen many girls and women in my community suffer terribly. Imagine, a girl at the uni in a toxic relationship where she is physically and emotionally abused, suffers in silence and thinks it is okay. It really pains me when these girls stay in such relationships simply because the guy meets their daily expenses which they are unable to cater for.
Passionate about change
To stop all this, I started up a campus club in 2018 whose main aim is to end SGBV within and outside the student community. Since I was green on running such a club, I visited National Gender Equality Commission and United Nations office in Nairobi to learn their ways of running things. I did not stop at that. I went ahead, researched and brought on board partners who we to date work together in organizing events and activities. Our club has about 60 registered members who are committed and passionate about change.
To ensure smooth running of the club, every member pays up a small amount to enable us organize for activities like visiting children homes and conducting forums in the university that bring SGBV experts to talk to the students on various topics. Also, since I believe in the power of a story, we create a platform for students to hear from people who have experienced and successfully come out of SGBV so as to be encouraged and prompt them to do the same while they still can.
Member of “Do it with Boldness” Foundation
My dream is to register this club as a foundation that will be sensitizing members against SGBV, toxic masculinity and sponsor relationships not only with in the university but also in my home County: Kilifi and our country at large. To prepare me for this, I am a member of “Do it with Boldness” Foundation in Nairobi where I volunteer as a program coordinator. This equips me with hands on skills on managing and running an organization. I wish to have my organization up and running as soon as I complete my degree course.
I can attribute a great part of my success to Kesho Kenya since it has helped me grow into an independent thinker. Whenever I count my blessings, I count Kesho twice and cannot thank them enough for the impact they have had in my life. You guys made the right choice to academically, socially and financially invest in me when I needed you most and thought all hope was lost.