Trace Kenya works in the coastal region of Kenya - Mombasa, Kilifi and Kwale counties with outreach projects in TaitaTaveta, Tana River and Nairobi Counties.


Who we work with

Trace Kenya works through linkages with partners in countering human trafficking and children exploitation in the coast region through the Pwani Children Rights Network (PCRN) and Grassroots organizations combating human trafficking across the country. Trace Kenya is a member of ElimuYetu Coalition (EYC) a national network on education policy; the Counter trafficking in Persons network (CTN), incorporating organizations working in the Forced Migration sub-sector under the auspices of International Rescue Committeeand the Kenya Peace Network (KPN), incorporating 16 organizations working for peace building.


At the community level, Trace Kenya works with Safe Community Youth Initiative (SCYI in Kilifi County to reach out to the youth on governance and ECOSOC rights issues.In Mombasa, Trace Kenya works with Kisauni Community Development Initiative (KICODEP) to support access to library services by children from informal settlements, with Tunaweza Women with Disability CBO, to facilitate empowerment for economic development by Women PWDs, with KumbiKumbi Group, Trace Kenya supports economic empowerment of women headed households; with 16 informal schools, and the Department of children services, Trace Kenya supports retention of children in school, mentorship and basic school packs for children from very difficult urban informal settlements/circumstances.


Trace Kenya Counter Trafficking in Persons programs cut across all the regions of our work.