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We are together. carolinaforkibera2013-14


WALKING THE PATH TOGETHER

Tuko pamoja. We are together. This phrase is at the heart of everything we do. In every

Through your support over the past year, CFK has helped

training, outreach event, and forum in Kibera, there is a

thousands of Kiberans of all ages grow stronger:

feeling of camaraderie, unity, and family. And like any family, when we face challenges or have disagreements, we work together to resolve them. These sentiments highlight a broader truth about Kibera: it might be possible to survive alone, but it’s only possible to grow

»»26,723 people found treatment at the Tabitha Medical Clinic. »»1,740 girls found a safe place to gather and express themselves.

together.

»»1,635 youth played in CFK’s annual soccer tournament.

To achieve positive change in a place as complex as

»»140 children recovered from malnutrition at CFK’s Nutrition Center.

Kibera, we must understand the hardship of those we serve and value each person who seeks our assistance. Every community member with whom we work has a

»»139 students earned academic scholarships that create a foundation for prosperity.

story filled with great pain and hardship. The details vary, but often the themes are the same: unemployment,

These are only a few examples of the kinds of impact

illness, broken families, abuse, or death. With each

you’ve made possible.

tragedy, hope weakens. But hope can be restored and lives transformed when we work together. Together we

Thank you. Your support helps Kiberans march towards

are strong, resilient, and filled with possibility.

self-sufficiency and success. Walk with us as we forge a path into the future that turns dreams into reality.

Twendeni pamoja (We go together),

Jennifer Coffman, Ph.D. Chair, Board of Directors

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Jane Kilonzo Chair, Board of Trustees


THERE ARE many PATHS TO PROSPERITY. With CFK, NOBODY has to walk theirs alone.

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THROUGH A three-pronged APPROACH, CFK OFFERS

opportunity FOR KIBERANS OF ALL AGES TO BE HEALTHY, EDUCATED,

Health

AND ON THE PATH TO FINANCIAL STABILITY.

Social

Economic

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Rhonda and her family stand in the doorway of her shop. Earlier this year, Naveli (in front) was admitted to CFK’s Nutrition Center for being malnourished. After completing the center’s 8-week feeding and education curriculum, Naveli’s health is back on track.


Meet Erick

Since 2008, CFK has been with him on his journey.

CFK Youth Peer Provider in 2008.

University scholarship from CFK in 2010.

First full-time job in 2014.

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THE LONG ROAD

Erick has always felt pressure to succeed. It came from many people—his neighbors, his family, even himself. Success, as defined by his family and many others in his community, simply meant making it through each day. But Erick’s vision for his future was bigger than mere survival. And to realize his vision, he believed he needed to invest in himself first—by getting an education. Others doubted his strategy, saying he should give up on school and try to find work to take care of his family. Erick knew he could do both. And he was right.

It wasn’t easy. Kibera is a tough, discouraging place, full of talented yet impoverished people looking for opportunities. After Erick’s father passed away from illness in their rural home, he returned to his home in Kibera to find their shack had been ransacked. Left with next to nothing, he worked construction jobs to survive from day to day, often skipping meals in favor of saving money for his education. With some persistence, he was re-admitted to his old high school, having earned the sympathetic ear of an administrator with his family’s misfortune.

Meanwhile, a friend told Erick about Carolina for Kibera and everything it was doing for the community. He was drawn to the Sexual and Reproductive Health program (SRH), because he didn’t know anything about HIV/AIDS except that it was a deadly disease. He and his best friend, Moses, joined and became Youth Peer Providers (YPP), leading efforts to spread health information to peers throughout Kibera.

BEGINS SCHOOL IN KIBERA

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KICKED OUT OF SCHOOL

2005

2006 FATHER GREW SICK

HOME DESTROYED

2007 FATHER DIED

RESUMED SCHOOL

BEGAN WORK WITH CFK’S SRH PROGRAM

2008

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Becoming a YPP opened doors for Erick that he hadn’t even imagined. Due to his hard work in SRH, he was given first priority for a college scholarship when CFK launched its Education Program in 2010. He eagerly accepted the opportunity and began to look into potential universities. He settled on the Kenya Institute of Mass Communication, a notoriously selective school for aspiring journalists. Though he was denied admission at first, he repeatedly asked the admissions office to reconsider. After witnessing his interest and enthusiasm for journalism, they decided to admit him.

Erick enjoys telling stories and has done so for CFK by reporting on CFK’s activities in the community. He strongly believes that stories have the power to transform his community. Now having graduated

TRUE TO HIS NATURE, ERICK IS GIVING BACK TO HIS FAMILY

from university, he is thrilled to have his first full-time job at Royal Media, where he works as a reporter. He credits CFK with teaching him the skills needed to succeed in a professional environment and inspiring his interest in journalism. He still lives in Kibera, where he shares a two-bedroom co-op with friends. And true to his nature, Erick is giving back to his family by supporting and serving as a role model for his sister, Linet, as she makes her way through high school.

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DENIED ADMISSION

2010 WON CFK UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP

HAD FIRST RADIO PRESENTER JOB

BEGAN COURSEWORK

CONVINCED SCHOOL TO ADMIT HIM

2011 TOLD STORIES ABOUT CFK’S IMPACT

2012

ATTENDED CFK INTERVIEW WORKSHOP

2013 GRADUATED UNIVERSITY

2014 LANDED FIRST FULL-TIME JOB

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REACH 2013-14 B KI

Health Community Health 3

neighborhood outreach area

Sexual Reproductive Health 6

Education Program

scholarship recipient school

Daughters United 14

Safe Space meeting location

Daughters United 11

workshop & training site

Sports Association 5

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DAUGHTERS UNITED OFFICE

program outreach area

Social 9

CFK OFFICE

DAUGHTERS UNITED CENTER

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Champion’s League soccer field

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Sports Association 8

jump rope practice & performance sites

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Economic SO U T

Trash is Cash 5

community clean-up area

Trash is Cash 11

business skills training location

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NUTRITION CENTER

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13 years, Carolina for Kibera has focused on creating change in Kibera one person

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at a time. The result? CFK has built an expansive, dynamic network that brings programming and opportunity to even the hardest-to-reach parts of Kibera. Through this network of people,

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places, and programs, CFK is sparking positive change for tens of thousands of residents each year.

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IMPACT 2013-14

3,235

HAND-WASHING STATIONS SET UP IN KIBERAN HOMES

form of disease prevention is the one that works best. With support from Ronald McDonald House Charities®, this initiative sought to reinforce the importance of keeping one’s hands clean by making it easy to access clean and safe materials for hand-washing. Community Health Workers set up hand-washing stations in Kiberan homes and developed a media campaign (using posters and stickers) to spread the word throughout Kibera.

Since CFK’s Trash Is Cash Program was founded 9 years ago, the Economic and Entrepreneurship Department has grown significantly, offering several business training programs in addition to its regular trash collection service. Launched this year, the Work Readiness program—developed in coordination with UNC’s School of Social Work—addresses yet another economic challenge for people living in Kibera: the ability to find formal work. With 22 in the first cohort, this program aims to provide participants with hard and soft skills needed for the workplace, while connecting them with internship placements and certificate or degree courses in a field of their choice.

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Sometimes the simplest

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YOUTH JOINED NEW WORK READINESS PROGRAM


8,794 1,356 HOUSEHOLDS SERVED BY COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKERS

GIRLS ATTENDED DAUGHTERS UNITED COMMUNITY OUTREACH & FORUMS

14,651

VACCINATED AGAINST POLIO In coordination with the Kenyan Ministry of Health, Community Health Workers working with Carolina for Kibera identified

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SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED, A 31% INCREASE FROM LAST YEAR

thousands of children in need of polio immunization and administered vaccines to them. With polio making a global resurgence, including in rural parts of Kenya, this campaign was especially important in securing healthy futures for children in Kibera and across the country of Kenya.

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65 26,723 3,861 PATIENTS SEEN

TESTED FOR HIV

445

WOMEN SCREENED FOR CERVICAL & BREAST CANCER AT TABITHA CLINIC

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MEDALS EARNED BY JUMP ROPE TEAM The CFK Sprinters keep getting better and better, shining alongside jump rope teams from across Kenya, East Africa, and the U.S. This year, members of the team who were selected to perform in competitions earned a total of 65 medals, while all members of the team conducted 30 outreach shows in the community. Jump rope is more popular than ever—in fact, due to the efforts of CFK and partners, it is now recognized as an official sport in Kenya!

5,250

HOUSEHOLDS BENEFITED FROM COMMUNITY CLEAN-UPS

100

BOYS & GIRLS ON JUMP ROPE TEAM


1,635

PLAYERS REGISTERED IN THE CHAMPIONS LEAGUE PLAYED 615 MATCHES The CFK Nutrition Center has been open for just over a year, and has helped bring back over 140 malnourished children to a healthy weight. In keeping with the Health Department’s philosophy, the Center’s program not only provides treatment

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MALNOURISHED CHILDREN BACK TO FULL HEALTH

for malnourished children, but lessons on how to prevent malnutrition in the future. Parents are taught how to shop more nutritiously while on a budget and staff members conduct follow-up visits to check in with children after they

1,740

GIRLS IN SAFE SPACE GROUPS ACROSS KIBERA

complete the program.

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Every year, we strive to work together

REVENUE & EXPENSES

FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2014*

to multiply the impact of your gift in Kibera.

REVENUE Unrestricted Income

515,333

Our investment in new talent last year has

Temporarily Restricted Income

341,341

already begun to pay off – with the launch

Permanently Restricted Income Realized & Unrealized Investment Gains/Losses TOTAL REVENUE

16,632 72,643 945,949

EXPENSES Program Activities

717,285

Fundraising & Administration

173,371

TOTAL EXPENSE

890,656

NET REVENUE

55,293

improvements in our evaluation methods. We’ve also expanded opportunities for staff to sharpen their leadership skills and broaden their professional portfolios. Through improvements to infrastructure and exciting, self-sustaining

FINANCIAL POSITION

new initiatives, we continue to strengthen CFK’s

AS OF JUNE 30, 2014*

ASSETS

financial foundation. All of these investments

CURRENT ASSETS 1,200,164

Cash on Hand

168,000

Grants Receivable

9,720

Other Current Assets TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS

1,377,884

FIXED ASSETS 1,312,381

Endowment

and improvements ensure that locally-led change is possible for years to come.

PARTNERS

The following partner organizations help CFK multiply its impact across Kibera.

4,783

Furniture & Equipment TOTAL FIXED ASSETS

1,317,164

TOTAL ASSETS

2,695,048

TOTAL CURRENT LIABILITIES

4,304

LIABILITIES & EQUITY LIABILITIES EQUITY 1,100,654

Unrestricted Net Assets Permanently Restricted Net Assets Temporarily Restricted Net Assets

432,425 1,093,691 8,682

Prior Period Adjustment

55,292

Net Income TOTAL EQUITY

2,690,744

TOTAL LIABILITIES & EQUITY

2,695,048

* THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS PRESENTED HERE ARE UNAUDITED AT THE TIME OF PRINTING. FINAL AUDITED STATEMENTS WILL BE AVAILABLE AT:

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of our new work readiness program and

CAROLINAFORKIBERA.ORG/ANNUAL-REPORTS

American Jewish World Service APHIAplus Ashoka East Africa British Council CARE Kenya Child Doctor Cottier Donzé Foundation Curamericas Global Decision Management Consultants FHI360 Ford Foundation Glenmark Pharmaceuticals Ltd Global Education Fund Global Fund for Children Goldmines Foundation James Madison University K-Rep Bank Kenya Education Fund Kenya Ministry of Health Kiva Zip Map Kibera Mathare Youth Sports Association Nike Foundation Odysseys Unlimited One World One Rope Pathfinder International Patton Boggs

PAWA 254 Phoenix Safaris Ltd Planned Parenthood of America Population Council Population Services International Prevention International: No Cervical Cancer RTI International Rubberbanditz Shining Hope for Communities Street Football World Tackle Africa The School for International Training The U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention TOMS UNC Center for Global Initiatives UNC Global UNC Women’s Soccer University of Nairobi University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Vijana Amani Pamoja VSO International Yale University

THANK YOU

FINANCIALS 2013-14

Tuko pamoja.

WE ARE TOGETHER.

A simple phrase signifying strong companionship and gratitude. Every gift creates change in the lives of Kiberans. Your support makes this transformation possible. $100,000+

$1,000-$4,999

Novo Foundation Ronald McDonald House Charities John & Ginger Sall

Adegboyega & Mozella Ademiluyi Charitable Fund Madeleine Albright Fanny Anguiano Anonymous Uzma Atif Michael Barry CN Clark Company Ann Cox Marion Cross Alan Johnston & Anne Cross Daughters International James Dean Duke Energy Foundation Fledgling Fund FMC Corporation Matching Gift Plan Forest Hills High School Givology Google Matching Gifts Eli & Caelah Griffis Andrea Guttag Hand Family Foundation Harvard University HiLine Coffee Company Katherine Izard Dirk Kempthorne Betty Kenan M & B Sugarman Family Trust The Marshall West Fund Esteban & Dana McMahan Joseph & Mary Nye Greg & Nancy Serrurier AJ Sugarman The Thomas S. Kenan III Foundation, Inc. The Wooster-Barcott Foundation Memuna Williams Mark & Stacey Yusko

$25,000-$99,999 AJG Foundation Bezos Family Foundation Mother Teresa Children’s Foundation $10,000-$24,999 Mike & Cathy Fields Grace Jones Richardson Trust Replogle Family Foundation Segal Family Foundation Mary Jo Swain $5,000-$9,999 The Amgen Foundation Don & Betsy Dixon Rolf & Ronda Hoffmann Steve & Courtney Kapp Kathleen McGinn & Jeff Polzer James & Mary Anne Rogers RTI International Tony & Julee Waldrop

View the complete donor honor roll at: CAROLINAFORKIBERA.ORG/THANKYOU


$500-$999 Bank of America Linda Bankoski Susan & Lauren Baum Aaron Biala Bill and Kennon Jamieson Charitable Fund Judith Blau Blum Family Fund John Burress Zachary Clayton Stanton Coffin Jennifer Coffman & Fletcher Linder Kenneth & Virginia Colburn Jerald Coughter Libbie Counselman Karla & Lawrence Diener Troy Fitzgerald The Fulbright Academy Donald Hedges Mark & Susan Irvings Jeffrey Johl Roy Kim Richard & Lynne Kohn Mark Lang Murray Family Charitable Foundation Sujata Narayan Fritz Nauck Craig Nerenberg New Global Citizens David Parker Robert & Gail Ramey Richard & Sue Richardson Rockefeller Foundation Matching Gift Program The Rachel Wong and David A. Schlesinger Fund T.P. & Donna Schwartz-Barcott Geoff & Caroline Scott Josh & Caitlyn Shores Scott & Charlotte Smith The Tar Hawk Fund Jim & Mieko Thomson Ralph & Ladye Lynne Vickers Joy Weston The Wide Waters Fund David Williams $250-$499 Virginia Aldige Max & Jessica Anderson Frederick & Ann Angulo Anonymous Guy Austrian & Jill Jacobs Thomas & Sarah Belk

Richard Benedick & Irene Federwisch The Boston Foundation Bryson Foundation Meredith Bryson David & Jenny Callaway Sandy Canfield & Raj Narayan Christopher Crosby Robert Daniels Donna Dean Mary Anne Dickson Christine DonFrancesco Lorraine Elliot & Diego Naranjo Charles & Synthia Foskey Diane Frazier Tom & Ann Friedman Christa Geib Ellon Goertz Ray & Rachel Goodwin Robert & Kathleen Gorman William Graham Matthew Grespin Babette Grout William & Julia Grumbles Aaron Harper Paul Holsinger Thomas & Evelyn Hunt Scotty Jackson LaKeshia Jones Nanette Kelsey Haig Khachatoorian Francis Kibet Kitch Family Fund Mark Laichena Verlana Laraway H.R. & Betsy Malpass Jeffrey Mason Vaughan McCracken David & Christine McSpadden James & Susan Moeser George Moose & Judith Kaufmann Pamela Oliver Carolyn Pumphrey Barbara Rimer James & Karen Rodgers David & Cornelia Royle Raffaele & Barbara Santoro Rebekah Shoop George & Elizabeth Still Tripp Tuttle Ladye Jane Vickers Kenneth & Carol Weast Laura Williamson Ellen Woltz A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO CAITLIN KLEIBOER AND SUZANNE THOMSON FOR THE STUNNING PHOTOGRAPHY THAT APPEARS THROUGHOUT THIS REPORT.

A special thank you TO THESE

MAJOR PARTNERS WHOSE SUPPORT IN THE U.S. AND KENYA ALLOW US TO MAKE AN IMPACT IN KIBERA.

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+1/ 919.962.6362 tel cfk@unc.edu

Board of Directors Dr. Jennifer Coffman, chair Dr. Niklaus Steiner, vice chair Rye Barcott, treasurer Beth-Ann Kutchma, secretary Brett Bullington Dr. David Callaway Sandra Canfield Arlene Davis

Lorraine Elliot Francis Kibet Dr. Kathleen McGinn Ben Mshila Dr. James Peacock (honorary)

NAIROBI, KENYA

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