CARA Projects in Practice:
Cara Projects is an Irish founded internationally registered Non-Governmental Organisation (CHY18652/20071981) that works in Kenya with a targeted focus upon Child Protection. Through the Cara Girls Rescue Centre (CGRC) we strive to promote Women’s Empowerment through Vocational training, Health Promotion, Education, Gender Equality, Economic Empowerment and Sustainable Development. We are a non-denominational and non-political organisation.
The only staff that recieve a wage in CARA, are the staff working in the local Cara Girl’s Rescue Centre in Kibiko, Kenya.
Since the official opening of our girl’s rescue centre in 2014, the main aim of the organisation is to provide support to disadvantaged mothers and children and enable them to contribute to the development of their own communities and to the country as a whole.
Our organisation has worked and integrated with the local Massai community and provided support to some local impoverished families living close to the rescue centre.
CARA aspires to see mothers and children in Kenya leading decent lives in a safe and healthy environment. Our vision of the world is one where people live in peace with each other, in harmony with nature, free from the shackles of hunger and poverty and who are willing to work and co-operate with each other to bring about an equitable, just and sustainable world.
Our mission is to actively involve people in learning about and then tackling social, political, environmental and economic challenges through an educational process in local and global communities.
“I want to go out and make a difference. No-one can change the world, but you can go out and change a little part of the world. “ (Paddy O’Connor)
Please take a moment to play our video below as presented by our Kenyan colleague Edwina Kwallah.