Impact Statistics

Since 2002, Ripples International has invested $2,000,000 towards the rescue and rehabilitation of sexually abused girls in Kenya.

10 key donors have supported our work from inception until today.

We have 3400 documented success stories of girls and babies we’ve rescued from traumatic and humiliating sexual defilement and in many cases inevitable death.

Ripples International has rehabilitated 3456 girls, rescued 402 babies and empowered more than 17,000 women with micro-enterprise resources and skills.

Priority Area (%)

  • Rescue Of Sexually Defiled Girls
  • Rescue Of Abandoned Babies
  • Community Services
  • HIV Awareness and Prevention
  • Free Legal Aid and Resources

Donors From Inception (Contribution Amount in %)

Kindernothilfe 65%
Brenda Boone 85%
The Polaski Family 78%
Steven Lewis Foundation 66%
Global Christian Initiative 18%
World Children's Fund 23%
Geneva Global 44%

Our Various Projects

That singular goal we started off with of rescuing abandoned babies and rehabilitating orphans and vulnerable children in society has reaped massive rewards.

Thanks to our work, we have expanded our focus to key areas that are all a result of our initial work.

These key areas are:

  • Adili: Our Access to Justice program offers free legal aid and conducts legal workshops around the County.
  • Community Services: We empower women and children in society through the establishment of self help groups, education grants to needy children, food distribution exercises in Samburu, civic education workshops and more.
  • Boresha Medical Clinic: Offers affordable medical care to the community.
  • Leadership seminars: With the aim of improving leadership in the home and community that will help us champion child rights in every home and family.
  • Our Shelters: Tumaini and New Start Centers

Ripples International Annual Report 2014

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213889
Amount raised
10
Causes
3456
girls rescued
402
Babies rescued

Some of the success stories

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