The NGO has completed a one-year project that targeted to revive 200 small income generating activities affected by covid-19 pandemic in Kibera slums. The Livelihood for improved Health and Income Increase was supported by Kenya Community Development Foundation (KCDF). The disease came with both the positive and negative effects in the community. The community is now aware that life can be on its kneels any time. Thus it is prudent to be prepared always. Indeed, every moment is a new learning and a journey of a thousand miles starts with one step. VICOCAP was to support 200 income generating activities affected by covid-19 pandemic. During the implementation period, 212 (53 Men and 159 Women) households were recruited and supported of which 104 (26 Men and 78 Women) were new beneficiaries. The beneficiaries were clustered into 18 registered groups with the government.
It is prudent to be prepared always.