Community Initiatives Concern

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Kisumu, Kisumu County, Kenya


Kisumu, Kisumu County, Kenya


Mr George Onyango
P. O. Box 2112
Kisumu City, Kisumu County, 40100

[email protected]

Executive Director

Community Initiatives Concern focuses on Children & Youth Disaster Relief Health & Nutrition and is headquartered in Kisumu, Kisumu County, Kenya.

To empower and promote active participation of the vulnerable and disadvantaged members of the society towards self-reliance and sustainable development through capacity strengthening, education and research.

Today's News

We’re raising USD 5,000 this giving season year 2018 (USD 186,369 during project year) of project activity to give hope to 200 abused young girls and teenage mothers at the coastal region, Kenya by supporting their education/ vocational training, legal support , capacity building on reproductive health, referrals and services, counseling and community integration to help them achieve their dreams. With your contribution, we give hope to these teenagers. By raising the amount within the global giving accelerator time frame to keep the dreams of more Kenyan young girls and teen mothers alive. Stay focused on this platform for more information from and learn how you can help us make this giving period the best one yet.

  • 1 / 5: She was abused and conceived in the process and requesting wee wishers for support to get back to school and raise her child.
  • 2 / 5: Reproductive Health; Condom use demonstration to Wichlum beach community, Siaya County - Kenya.
  • 3 / 5: We support Community Health Volunteers in their work in helping improve health and services within the communities they work
  • 4 / 5: Maryline Stephany: We support orphans with educational needs and little upkeep in shaping their future.
  • 5 / 5: Teen mother; sexually abused and impregnated. CINCO supports both the teen mothers and girls to bring light to their dreams through educationand vocational training sponsorship


Community Initiatives Concern (CINCO), is a Kenyan based Non-Governmental Organization with its main office in Kisumu City, Kenya, East Africa. CINCO started as a Community Based Organization (CBO) in the year 2002 and officially registered as a CBO on 30th April, 2003. Transformation to a NGO on 7th May, 2009 was due to increased quest for services by the different target communities. CINCO works to towards building sustainable community development avenues to improving Health, Social services and Entrepreneurship, Disaster Relief and Advocacy. CINCO’s principle mandate is to design, implement and evaluate a multi-component evidence based intervention projects that improve the health and socioeconomic status of individuals and target communities. CINCO is a grass root NGO with its activities directed to and drawn from the community level/ individual level.