In working towards Strengthening Families and Protecting Children, we do not do it alone – we partner with Governments, other NGOs, and CBOs to drive this agenda. In this journey, we have walked with different partners, and we continue to engage many more at different levels.



Government of Kenya: We work with the Government of Kenya to strengthen its role in coordination of formal and informal child protection related cases;  in capacity building of various actors to reach a standardized quality; and facilitating development of operational and service guidelines  for actors in the Child Protection Systems.


Agrics is an agri-focused social enterprise with operations in Western Kenya and Northern ania. Agrics provides farmer groups with access to quality farm inputs on credit as well as agricultural extensions services. At the same time, ICS works with farmers groups on Skilful Parenting.


A+B=3 provides capacity strengthening and financial literacy of our staff and community facilitators on family budgeting.


Rural Education and Economic Enhancement Programme (REEP). Operates in Butula and Nambale sub-counties of Busia (Kenya).REEP works ICS-SPto to strengthen families and provide adequate care and protection. 


KAACR: Kenya Alliance For Advancement of Children. Operation: Busia County. We engage in the following areas: (1). Advocacy and lobbying (2). Empowering the duty-bearers to provide care and protection to children. (3). Building community and family quality child care and protection systems.


Childline Kenya. Operation: Busia County: Developed and established an effective case management system on reported child abuse cases in Busia County i.e. Linking Community Efforts to the National Child Protection System in Busia County to Fight Against child abuse.



Action for Child Development Trust (ACDT). Operation: Western Kenya. Area of engagement: Skilful Parenting



Parenting in Africa Network (PAN). Operation: Africa. Area of engagement. Family strengthening - Skilful Parenting.



Monduli Pastoralist Development Initiative (MPDI): Operation: Arusha. Area of engagement: Skilful Parenting



C-SEMA: Operation: Dar-es Salaam, Tanzania. Area of engagement: - Child protection Systems: Strengthening Child Helpline 116, Child Participation, Lobby and advocacy – Policy influencing.

    Kidogo Operation: Informal settlements in Nairobi. A social enterprise that improves access to high-quality, affordable Early Childhood Care & Education families living in poverty. 

    University of Utrecht Area of engagement: Evaluation of SP Programme in Western Kenya. 


Ogra Foundation works hand-in-hand with partners to improve health by combating HIV and AIDS, TB, Malaria and other preventable infections and diseases


Oxford University conducted Skillful Parenting Research in Northern Tanzania 

    Child Helpline International is an international network of child helplines.

    Busia County Government 


Child and Youth Finance International (CYFI) works to provide children and youth around the world with access to financial services, enhance their awareness of economic rights, and empower them to build their assets, invest in their future, and ultimately break the cycle of poverty.


United Republic of Tanzania


The Children’s Legal Action Network (CLAN): Operation: Busia County. Provides free legal aid and related services by working together with frontline service providers including Government Departments, COs, individuals and children.


Family Support Community Based Initiatives (FASCOBI). Operation: Homabay County. Helps in Family strengthening – Skilful Parenting and Child protection Systems including access to legal aid and justice; Influencing policy for a conducive environment for child wellbeing.



Firelight works with communities in Africa to create safe and nurturing environments where children, families and sustainable solutions thrive.


Optimus Foundation (UBS). Operation: Northern Tanzania: -Building evidence for prevention of child maltreatment through Skillful Parenting.


DREAMS is committed to achieving a 40 percent reduction in new HIV/AIDS infections among adolescent girls and young women in the highest burden countries by the end of 2017.