health and community workers trained

sport coaches trained

young people involved in sports activities

Boresha Maisha! Alternative life in Nairobi

CCM is present in Nairobi, with the project named “Boresha Maisha. Alternative life for street children and underage refugees in Nairobi”, whose leading NGO is GRT-Gruppo per le Relazioni Transculturali. Its objective is to facilitate the access to institutional welfare in the target areas (slums of Eastleigh and Mlango Kubwa) to street children and underage refugees.

In particular, the projects aims at:

Establishing social and health protection mechanisms, rehabilitation and reintegration of street children and urban refugee children in Mlango Kubwa and Eastleigh;

Strengthening and improving the quality of social and health related services for vulnerable groups

Sensitizing those communities to social and health-related hardships through the empowerment of street children and underage refugees, especially through sport

Capacity building the local authorities in order to strengthen assistance to street children and underage refugees.

With ONG GRT – Gruppo per le Relazioni Transculturali, Heshima Kenya.

What you can do

45 euro

guarantee one kit (with thermometer, gauze, plasters and information material related to health services) for community volunteers, who support the health workers and know the young people

90 euro

support health workers training

200 euro

support sports coaches training, who approach and the most vulnerable young people through sport


Comitato Collaborazione Medica CCM is a NGO committed to promote the right to health and ensure access to essential health care in Africa and in Italy. For 50 years, we have been building upon the skills of local health workers to ensure the provision of quality care to the most vulnerable communities. 

Smiles of African Mothers is CCM’s Campaign 


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