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Sarah Elizabeth Neville, Joanna Wakia, John Hembling, Beth Bradford, Indrani Saran, Margaret Lombe, Thomas M. Crea ,

This study describes a participatory, child-informed process of developing a multidimensional measure of child subjective well-being tailored towards the priorities of children who have lived in residential care. The study was conducted with focus groups in Kenya and Guatemala.

Jacinta Mutura - The Standard,

Three years since *Celina decided to apply be a foster parent of *Stella, she recounted the journey she took to integrate her into her family in 2021. It was a challenging period of adjustment as the then six-year-old struggled to fit into a family set-up after spending several years in a children’s home.

Aweke Tadesse, Jesse J. Helton, Kenan Li ,

This study investigates the well-being of primary caregivers responsible for orphaned and vulnerable children in Ethiopia. Well-being is defined as overall wellness, happiness, and satisfaction.

UNICEF East Africa Regional Learning Platform,

This webinar examined care in the context of COVID-19, climate change, and conflict. Speakers explored how the pandemic has left a lasting legacy on the care system in Uganda and examined the impacts of climate change-related drought on children's care in Kenya. They also explored efforts to deliver effective care for children during conflict in Ethiopia.

Save the Children Kenya,

Are you a local Non-Governmental Organisation/civil society organisation, network,locally registered association, academic institute, or private sector entity passionate about making a difference in the lives of children in Kenya? Save the Children Kenya is seeking partners to collaborate on impactful initiatives that address pressing issues affecting children and communities.

UNICEF, Changing the Way We Care,

In this case study the authors look at the impact of climate change-related events on various aspects of children’s care by drawing on evidence from nine interviews with children, caregivers, residential care home staff and government officials in Kajiado County, Kenya.

UNICEF, Changing the Way We Care,

In this case study, the authors explore how the government of Zimbabwe and local civil society organisations (CSOs) are working together to maximise the benefits and minimise the risks of kinship care. The case study is based on interviews with 12 individuals which included policy makers, practitioners, kinship carers and children in kinship care. 


This is the monthly update of the Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Learning Platform published in February 2024. 

Changing the Way We Care,

The objective of this guidance is to provide a ‘how-to’ guide on developing a county-level investment case for care reform in Kenya.


Lumos is seeking to hire a Country Director to lead the Kenya country office whilst ensuring that the management and quality of the programme remains at a high standard.