Nutrition Support

It is a sad fact that orphans and poor children in Kenya do not get enough to eat, and the meals they do have are often deficient of essential nutrients. Malnutrition slows a child's development and makes them vulnerable to a number of illnesses.

According to the United Nations State of Food Insecurity in the World report, 820 million people in the developing world are undernourished.

Good nutrition is a building block for proper development and can:

  • Strengthen the immune system
  • Enhance cognitive and physical development
  • Increase concentration in school
  1. Victory Foundation Programme addresses a child's nutritional needs in many ways.
  2. Sponsored children receive regular health and malnutrition screenings.
  3. Parents are taught nutrition fundamentals and provided with meal preparation training and information about purchasing locally available inexpensive, nutritionally whole foods.

Sponsorship Programs


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Housing Programs


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Community Projects

Community Projects

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Education Program


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Advocate Center

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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!

Sponsorship Program

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Contact Information

Trust Mansion Hse, Suite 5,
Tubman Road Off Koinange
P.O.Box 12903-00100, NBI-Kenya.
Tel: +254-20-2152224/5 | Cell: +254-733844336
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University of Nairobi