In honor of World Children’s Day, which took place last Monday, November 20th 2023, the Child Welfare Program Guidelines 2023 and the National Transition Guidelines for Transitioning Child Care 2023 were officially launched by the Cabinet Secretary, Florence Bore, the Minister of Social Protection. This special event marked a significant step forward in prioritizing the well-being and empowerment of children in Kenya.
Child Welfare Program Guidelines 2023:
The Child Welfare Program Guidelines 2023 were unveiled with a strong emphasis on their potential to transform the landscape of child welfare in Kenya. The guidelines prioritize a comprehensive approach to child development, covering crucial aspects such as health, education, safety, and emotional well-being. The guidelines, developed in collaboration with Lift the Children, NGOs, and local communities, are poised to set new standards for child welfare in Kenya. The event highlighted the collaborative efforts with local communities, NGOs, and government agencies that will drive the successful implementation of these guidelines.
National Transition Guidelines for Transitioning Child Care 2023:
The launch of the National Transition Guidelines for Transitioning Child Care 2023 was met with great enthusiasm. These guidelines signify a commitment to supporting children as they navigate significant life transitions. Whether moving from institutional care to family-based care, or transitioning between different phases of their lives, the guidelines aim to ensure a smooth and supportive journey for every child. A key highlight of the event was the collaboration between local communities, NGOs, and government agencies that will lead to the successful implementation of these guidelines.
Celebrating World Children’s Day:
The timing of these initiatives, unveiled on World Children’s Day, added a profound layer of significance to the event. It was a celebration not only of the potential and rights of every child, but also of tangible steps taken to safeguard and enhance their well-being. Lift the Children reiterated its dedication to building a brighter future for the children of Kenya and invited the community to join in this collective effort.
In conclusion, as we reflect on the significance of World Children’s Day, let us remain united in our commitment to creating a world where every child is nurtured, protected, and empowered to shape their destiny. Empower yourself with the knowledge contained in these guidelines attached. Download both booklets today and share them with your network to contribute to the well-being of children in Kenya.
Child Welfare Programmes Guidelines 2023
National Guidelines for Transitioning Child Care 2023