Plan International Kenya

Since 1982, Plan International Kenya has been working with communities and the government to raise awareness about the importance of children’s rights.
 
As an independent children’s rights organisation, we remain committed to supporting vulnerable and marginalised children and their communities to be free from poverty. We have impacted the lives of millions of children and established strategic partnerships with like-minded allies.

A number of barriers still stand in the way of realising children’s rights in Kenya including child marriage, child labour, trafficking, female genital mutilation and violence. 

We apply a rights-based approach in working towards transformed institutions, laws and communities that respect the rights of children, especially girls, in Kenya.

We are active in 9 counties across the country: Nairobi, Machakos, Kajiado, Tharaka Nithi, Kilifi, Kwale, Bondo, Homabay, and Kisumu 

Our current priorities include:

  • Child protection 
  • Improved access to basic, quality education and early childhood development
  • Quality healthcare including water, sanitation and hygiene, as well as adolescent and child health
  • Youth employability and economic opportunities
  • Resilience building through disaster risk management.

Where we work

Our address

Methodist Ministries Centre, Block C, 2nd floor,

Nairobi,

P.O. Box 25196-00603

0709 859000 / 020 2761000 

Kenya.Co@plan-international.org

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A map showing where Plan International works in Kenya

Key contacts

  • Kate Maina-Vorley, Country Director, Plan International Kenya
    Kate Maina-Vorley

    Country Director, Plan International Kenya

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