With a focus on youth and a commitment to improving health, social, and economic conditions for all Kibera, we have set our strategic goals with several ambitious growth targets for the next few years. By maintaining a participatory focus, continuing to invest in youth, and forming key partnerships, the future is full of possibility and growth.
To combat abject poverty and promote peace in Kibera through innovative, locally-led, and dynamic youth leadership programs.
To provide high-quality and affordable healthcare services in Kibera and to design new public health interventions in partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and other key institutions.
To provide educational opportunities, job training, mentorship, and employment for youth.
To build connections, create knowledge, and share effective practices between Kibera and other informal settlements.
Expanding Tabitha Medical Clinic to a Tier 3 medical facility will enable the clinic to provide comprehensive maternity services.
By increasing enrollment in the Sports for Peace & Development, Angaza, and Girls' Empowerment programs, we can reach up to 5,000 more youth in the community.
By growing our partnerships with UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health, UNC School of Medicine, and other professional schools and university programs, we can guide evidence-based service delivery and best practices.
Introducing comprehensive monitoring and evaluation metrics for all programs will allow us to measure the impact we are making on the health, social, and economic status of all Kiberans.
By doubling our annual operating budget by 2020, we will build capacity for increased fundraising directly from Kenya.
Established in 2001, Carolina for Kibera (CFK) is an international, nongovernmental organization based in the informal settlement of Kibera in Nairobi, Kenya. In the United States, CFK is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and major associated entity of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.