P.C.E.A   Githiga   Children's   Home
Shelter & Wellbeing
We pride in giving children a childhood and future by protecting them,teaching them, healing them and building strong communities and loving families.
Christianity
We endevor to teach the children to be Christ-Like and instill Christian values that will mold them to become God-fearing beings.
Quality Education
Giving the orphan & vulnerable child a chance to a briter future through education

Welcome to Githiga Childrens Home
Githiga Children’s Home is a faith-based, non-profit residential center that sponsors and caters for the needs of orphans and vulnerable children.  The home is run and sponsored by the Presbyterian Church of East Africa (PCEA), Githunguri Presbytery.  It is located in Githiga Sub-Location, Ikinu location Githunguri District, Kiambu Country, Central Province of Kenya

Success Stories

  1. Simon K. Chege
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    Simon K. Chege
  2. John Maina Mucheru
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    John Maina Mucheru
  3. Lucy Ngonyo
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    Lucy Ngonyo
Lucy joined the home in 2004.  She quickly integrated and performed well in her school work.  She sat for her primary level examinations (KCPE) and passed well.  She has completed her form four  at Kimucho secondary.
John joined the home in 1992 as a young six year old.  He has spent a fulfilling life at the home has completed his studies at Kericho Teachers’ Training College.   He is now the Deputy Head teacher at the Githiga Academy. Githiga Children’s home enabled him to turn his life around and accomplish his dream of becoming a teacher.
Simon also joined the home in 1992.  He studied well right from primary school up to the point he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Education from Kenyatta University in 2005.  He has also completed Masters degree in Management Information Systems Engineering at University of Sunderland UK.  He is now married and a father of 2 children.
Out Approach
We aim to provide the children we serve with a continuum of care so they may learn the life skills needed to return home or live on their own and lead productive lives rather than succumb to the negative outcomes they face.

It is our vision that the children and families whose lives we touch will realize their potential and experience brighter tomorrows, in part due to the caring, nurturing and learning atmosphere of the Githiga Children’s home.

As a Christian-based institution, we offer spiritual guidance and nourishment to the children.  We work in partnership with Githunguri Presbytery who have appointed a dedicated chaplain to serve at the home.