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Colorful family therapy project graduation!

Undugu Society of Kenya held a graduation ceremony at their Rescue Centre based in Kitengela for families who had been in the Family Therapy Project for a period of 3 years.

The event was graced by Mary Gatama from Railway Children. She congratulated the families and urged them to put into practice all they were able to learn from family therapy activities that were taught by Undugu and also praised them for dedicating their time for Undugu, thus enabling this project be a success. She went ahead and presented meko gas to each of the 6 families.

Family Therapy project involves intensive work with street children who have undergone traumatizing experiences such as abuse and other violence within their families with the main objective being to provide psycho-social support and skills development to help children from the streets overcome problems which led to their street involvement and to develop positive family relations and reintegration.

Undugu Society of Kenya held a graduation ceremony at their Rescue Centre based in Kitengela for families who had been in the Family Therapy Project for a period of 3 years.

The event was graced by Mary Gatama from Railway Children. She congratulated the families and urged them to put into practice all they were able to learn from family therapy activities that were taught by Undugu and also praised them for dedicating their time for Undugu, thus enabling this project be a success. She went ahead and presented meko gas to each of the 6 families.

Family Therapy project involves intensive work with street children who have undergone traumatizing experiences such as abuse and other violence within their families with the main objective being to provide psycho-social support and skills development to help children from the streets overcome problems which led to their street involvement and to develop positive family relations and reintegration.