Collaboration with USAID and Path-Kenya

The agreement will ensure MMS implements the following:

  • That psycho-social support to all OVCs is provided.
  • That database of all OVCs is updated. The database should include: names, date of birth, age, gender, parent/guardian, relationship of guardian to child, school, class, village, vulnerability status, OVC code, home visitors code, household code.
  • Maintain a complete file record for each OVC enrolled on the project including photographs, birth certificates, OVC registration form, OVC monitoring form, needs assessment form, school registration form, copies of school progress and annual summary of benefits received.
  • Maintain concise, accurate and updated inventory of goods or benefits provided through the signatories to this agreement.
  • Ensure that the OVCs under our care and of school going age are enrolled in schools or other institutions as appropriate including early childhood education and vocational training centers.
  • Act like a linkage between the communities and school management committees and strengthen the capacities of community based structures to interact with the teachers and learners and identify issues specific to the communities that affect attendance, retention and transition in schools.
  • Ensure that all the OVCs are healthy at all times and increase social mobilization for health services in your community including NHIF registration, counseling and testing.
  • Promote safe water use, proper sanitation and improved hygiene at households and community levels.
  • Organize for economic support services that will help households to restore, build assets and empower them in a variety of market activities more competitively so as to improve economic security.
  • Promote and create public awareness on children protection and care.
  • Hold monthly meetings with Community Health Volunteers and Social Workers for sharing, disseminating and reporting