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Our programs at work

Working directly in the slums, BEAM Kenya staff collaborate with community leaders, social workers, educators, and other professionals to pursue exceptional and compassionate care for children and their families.

Currently, we support academic scholarships for 85 children and provide mental health services for over 3,000 children and their families.

Encouraging empowerment, our BOOST program is designed to elevate children and their families to lead sustainable lives.

BOOST Program services:
  • Small loans for business empowerment
  • Food and medical support to temporarily assist families who need immediate relief

Through our EDUCATE program, we offer a comprehensive scholarship program established to lift children out of the slum conditions in order to receive high quality education in a safe and protected environment.

EDUCATE Program services:
  • Full scholarships for children to attend boarding school in order to be in a safe and protected environment
  • Partial scholarships which include assistance with tuition, uniforms, and school supplies

Utilizing social workers and community leaders, the ADVOCATE program exists to promote children’s safety, protection, and well-being.

ADVOCATE Program services:
  • Safe and responsible family reintegration for children in vulnerable situations
  • Trainings on child safety and protection for children, teachers, and communities

Utilizing licensed professional counselors, our MEND program is dedicated to emotional, spiritual, and psychological healing from trauma for children, their families, and others in their community.

MEND Program services:
  • Individual counseling for children in the scholarship program as well as others in the community who desire healing
  • Small group counseling and trauma healing groups for children and other people in the community
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Shadrack’s Story

When Shadrack joined BEAM, everything changed. He finished his education, joined a university, and started assisting other vulnerable community members.

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