NoNAME OF SHELTERCOUNTYSHELTER OPERATORCONTACT (PHONE/ EMAIL)
1 Action for Children Temporary Rescue Centre Kiambu John Muiruri (Director) 0714 038 285
Kenyadirector@actionchildren.or.ke
2 Agatha Amani House Nakuru Nyakio Kaniu-Lake (Director) 0713 482 144
nyakio@empoweringmindsinternational.org
3 COFAS Kisumu Safe Haven Kisumu Martin Oloo (Programmes Director) 0703 467 479
info@cofaskenya.or.ke
4 Destiny Rescue Centre Nairobi Florence Muange (Director) 0720 240 330
florence.muange@gmail.org
5 Emily Martin Rescue Center Nakuru Esther Nderitu (Director) 0710 955 889
esther@nowkenya.org
6 Filadephia Women in Crisis Centre (FWCC) Nakuru Margaret Muchendu (Program Manager) 0720 995 189
margietich2@yahoo.com
7 GCN - Salama Centre Nairobi Damaris Karungo (Program Manager) 0725 348 845
damakarungo@gmail.com
8 Hope Beyond Transitional Center Kajiado Dorcas Parit (Director) 0725 501 002
director@hopebeyond.org
21 Nainyoie Safe House Samburu Irene Serina Leshore (Director) 0720 857 285
luccinda20@yahoo.com
9 Imara Girls International Laikipia Carol Erickson (Director) 0724 779 101
cerickson19@hotmail.com
10 Jirani Centre and Safehouse Kiambu Sr. Veronica Thiga (Director) 0722 780 092
jiranicentre2019@yahoo.com
11 Kiota Rescue Homes Muranga Dr. Jean Kagia (Chair, PLMT) 0722 377 772
jeank@jeanliz.co.ke
12 Kiota Young Mothers Kwale Dr. Jean Kagia (Chair, PLMT) 0722 7377 772
jeank@jeanliz.co.ke
13 KMET Freedom House Safe Space Kisumu Janepher Musuya 0732801396
j.musuya@kmet.co.ke
14 Mahali Pa Usalama (MPU) Mombasa Sr. Emiliana Njoki (Program Manager) 0723 379 985
mpu@mombasacatholic.org
15 Maisha Girls Safe House Nairobi Florence Keya (Director) 0726 304 569
mgirlssafehouse@gmail.com
16 Maisha Talita Safe House Nairobi Yvonne Njoka (Program Coordinator) 0732 235 500
maishatalitakenya@gmail.com
17 Makueni County Shelter Makueni Dianah Muli (Chief Officer, Gender, Children and SS) 0722 774 145
mulidianah@gmail.com
18 Mary Faith Children Centre Nairobi Mary Njeri (Director) 0724 374 487
maryfaithchildren@gmail.com
19 Mediva Wellness Center Muranga Elvis Osimbi 0721 423 888
elvis@medivawellness.org
20 . Mully Children Family (MCF) Machakos Dr. Mulli ( Executive director) 0712 657 905
mcf@mullychildrensfamily.org
8 Hope Beyond Transitional Center Kajiado Dorcas Parit (Director) 0725 501 002
director@hopebeyond.org
21 Nainyoie Safe House Samburu Irene Serina Leshore (Director) 0720 857 285
luccinda20@yahoo.com
22 Nest Shelter for Abused Girls Nairobi Lucy Njuguna (Manager) 0725 765 978
anduta80@gmail.com
23 New Scent Centre Machakos Florah Mwikali (Director) 0722 732 058
kanyole@gmail.com
24 Njoo Dada Nairobi Lunar Odawa (Director) 0720 149 568
lunar.odawa@gmail.com
25 Okoa Sasa Mombasa Grace Odembo (Director) 0724 173 188
okoasasa@gmail.com
26 One More Day for Children Girls’ Safe House Laikipia Hellen Gathogo (Executive Director) 0721 358 271
onemoreday4kids@gmail.com
27 Pendekezo Letu Kiambu Sarah Mbira (Executive Director) 0721 927 999
pendekezoletu@gmail.com
28 Rescue Dada Nairobi Mary Gatitu (Director) 0724 233 626
rescuedadacentre@gmail.com
29 Ripples International Tumaini Centre Meru Mercy Chidi Baidoo (Executive Director) 0724 370 653
info@ripplesintl.or.ke
30 Samburu Girls Foundation Samburu Wanjiru Wahome (Program Manager) 0723 582 535
wanjiru@samburugirls.foundation
31 Serene Haven Kenya Nyeri Elizabeth Muriuki (Director) 0706 712 292
info@serenehavenkenya.org
32 Shining Hope for Communities (Shofco) Nairobi Caroline Sakwa (Program Director) 0711 812 930
csakwa@shofco.org
33 Talia Agler Girls Shelter (TAGS) Kiambu Edith Murogo (Executive Director) 0722 722 871
info@cdtd.org
34 Trace Kenya Mombasa Paul Adhoch 0722 499 302
info@tracekenya.org
35 Undugu - Children Place of Safety Kajiado Buthaina Ibrahim Mnawa (Program Manager) 0722 288 615
buthaina@undugukenya.org
36 Wings of Compassion Rescue Homes Nairobi Rev. Danshire Njoroge (Director) 0722 169 994
wingsof2012@gmail.com
37 Woman’s Hope Center Nairobi Consolata Waithaka (Director) 0737 333 741
consoandgirls@gmail.com

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