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Street Families Rehabilitation Trust Fund


SFRTF was established on 11th March, 2003 by the then Ministry of Local Government through a Gazette Notice No. 1558, to address the concerns of all homeless, destitute and vulnerable persons in urban areas. It was registered as a body Corporate in August, 2010 under the Trustees (perpetual succession) CAP 164 Laws of Kenya


A country free of street families


To coordinate and develop capacity, mobilize resources to facilitate and monitor rehabilitative, re-integrative & preventive programmes for Street Families


The mandate SFRTF includes coordinating rehabilitation activities for street families; conducting public education on street families issues; mobilizing resources and fundraising as well as receiving donations and funding street families rehabilitation programmes; managing donations for the rehabilitation of street families through a trust fund; monitoring expenditure and disbursement of donations; and advising the government and other relevant agencies on matters relating to rehabilitation of street families

Core Values

  • Passion for results
  • Accountability and Integrity
  • Selfless service based on citizen orientation
  • Responsive to the needs of vulnerable groups
  • Participatory approach

Ongoing Activities

  • National Census on street families.
  • Formulation of the National Policy on Street Families Rehabilitation

Board of Trustees

It is managed by a Board of Trustees (BOT) and a Secretariat appointed by the Principal Secretary, ASALs. The Board is composed of a Chair appointed by the President and eight (8) other members drawn from diverse fields, appointed by the Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Devolution and ASALs.

  1. Lucy Yinda Chair
  2. Kenneth Mbuthia Trustee
  3. Pamela Serut Trustee
  4. Jonah Alwiga Trustee
  5. Wycliff Swanya Trustee
  6. Carren Ogoti Rep. PS Social Protection
  7. James Tembur Rep. Director NYS
  8. David Wabwile Rep. PS Treasury and Ministry of Planning
  9. Amb (Dr) Leonard Ngaithe Rep. PS ASALs
  • Partners
    Partner Institutions

Advisory Committees

  • Finance and Administration
  • Field Services and Rehabilitation
  • Strategy and Advocacy
  • Audit risk and Legal

State Department of ASAL