VICTORY FOUNDATION PROGRAMME (VFP) was incepted by a group of youths in the year 2004 as a Community Based Organization (CBO) and registered in the year 2008 as a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) with the Kenya NGO Co-ordination Board. The organization’s registration No: OP.218/051/2008/0191/5178

Its main concerns are to: 

  • Create awareness and support for those infected/affected by HIV/AIDS;
  • Address the endemic issues of drug abuse, gender, education and health and poverty reduction in Kenya.
  • To promote education to the orphans and vulnerable children (OVCs) to enable them to be participant towards nation building.
  • To raise, mobilize and disburse funds and other resources for the promotion of the objectives.
  • To open up centers and help the orphans, destitute and widows in the community.
  • Facilitation of HIV/ AIDs seminars.
  • Networking with community based Organization (CBOs) and Non-governmental Organization (NGO’s).
  • To promote income generating activities (IGA).
  • To offer vocational training to the drop outs and those who have completed secondary education.
  • To offer guidance and counseling services.
  • To network with community in recreational activities.
  • To facilitate both primary and secondary education to the needy children.

Besides, VFP endeavors to meet the ever-increasing needs of the people by sourcing for partners at individual and corporate levels, local, regional and international levels.

Victory Foundation Programme is Non – Governmental Organization that undertakes community based development work in Nairobi, Rift Valley, Nyanza, Eastern and Northern Eastern Provinces.  It mainly targets people living in undeserved regions:

that is slum areas such as in Nairobi, Kisumu and Homa Bay, Nakuru, Naivasha and its surrounding environs.

Its operational outputs were mainly geared towards improving the living standards of the orphan children, street urchins and People Living with HIV / AIDS (PLWHAS).  Here there immediate needs were taken care of including temporary shelter, food, clothing and recreation.

This could not go on forever and it was clear from this initial encounter that more rehabilitative approach was necessary.

Educational and vocational skills were the best bet and these were moderately offered by volunteers led by Br. Michael Ouko, its founder.

These attempts did not halt the influx of children into the street and it became apparent that the problem was not on the street but in the community producing them.

The organizations’ approach then gradually shifted to the slum communities.  Efforts concentrated in grassroots Community Based Development Programmes (CBDP).

Victory Foundation Programmes’ target communities struggle to better their lives under a severe social economic environment whose improvement can only come from within. Victory Foundation Programmes’ role becomes facilitation of their efforts in an integrated manner. Community Development Department (CDD), welfare department exists to service these activities.

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Housing Programs


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Community Projects

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Your monthly sponsorship gift of $180 will provide:

  1. Emergency food as needed
  2. Medical and dental care
  3. Educational support
  4. Family assistance
  5. Clothes
  6. Shoes and more!

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