Who are We ?
Maranatha International Counselling Foundation (MICF) is the community outreach arm of the Kenya Institute of Business and Counselling Studies (KIBCo). The foundation initially started as a counselling forum where trainees and vulnerable youths would access counselling, but quickly it has grown to embrace a larger clientele and offers service beyond trainees to include children, youths and others (individuals, private and corporate organizations). Read more…
Esteemed for psycho social support services towards the most at risk populations, the foundation aims at contributing comprehensively to the growing up of vulnerable children and youth through providing them with basic needs (food, shelter, clothing, education and medical health), mental health, rehabilitation, transitional housing and re-integration. Since inception, the foundation has embarked on three main activities; research and training, psychosocial support services and community outreach programs to vulnerable populations.
In furtherance of the same mandate the foundation in 2018 entered into a Memorandum of Agreement with J.M.P. which is a Non-Governmental Organization and registered in the USA.
MICF is inspired and driven by the following values among others and which reflect the foundation’s basic beliefs and identity: