CFK reached thousands of people in Kibera in 2009-2010:


41,825 visited the Tabitha Medical Clinic.
3,276 children under five were vaccinated for the flu.
602 accessed free HIV care and treatment at the Tabitha Clinic.
2,282 people were reached by a team of fifty-two HIV/AIDS Peer Youth Educators.
408 received one-on-one PYE counseling sessions
315 members joined school-based reproductive health clubs
2,000 students now have access to eight hand-washing stations and practice proper hand-washing techniques.


3,840 boys and 1,440 girls took to the field in the annual soccer tournament
180 boys and girls hopped into the new jump rope program
672 soccer players participated in community trash clean-ups
750 girls are expressing themselves at the Daughters United Center
27 safe spaces groups across Kibera provide a secured place for young women.
307 school scholarships awarded


2,419 clients pay 415 shilling per month for garbage collection; employing 35 youth
35 youth are now employed as garbage collectors; 20 youth work at the recycling centers.
17 small business owners graduated from the GET-IT computer-based entrepreneurship training