In the last one year (Since January 2015) Trace Kenya has made the following achievements:

  • At least 104 children and young people have been rescued and reintegrated with families from sexual exploitation, and forced labour from Middle East, Mombasa, Tana River and Kwale counties. Some of these have been Tanzanians and Ugandans.
  • Trace Kenya has supported 120 children in education through mentorship, education packs, and direct school fees payments in Mombasa, Taita Taveta, Kwale, Kilifi and Tana River counties
  • More than 9000 community members have been made aware of the scourge of human trafficking through workshops, local radio FMs, publicity materials and social media.
  • 15 young people have been taken through counselling, peer to peer psychosocial support and direct assistance to reorient themselves following rescue from trafficking for forced labour abroad.
  • Three local, county and national networks have been strengthened combat human trafficking in Mombasa, the coast region and nationally respectively, in which Trace Kenya has participated very visibly and made presentations authoritatively. Trace Kenya is the eastern Africa focal point for RISE, a global south network on Learning and Sharing Rescue and Reintegration information centre on child sexual exploitation, based in Accra Ghana.