Get a taste of CFK Africa and Kenyan cuisine through our Karibu Mezani cookbook, which celebrates culture, educates on nutrition, and supports severely malnourished children living in some of the world’s most vulnerable areas. Karibu Mezani was produced in 2021 by CFK with contributions from CFK staff, board members, partners, and alumni.
The suggested donation for this book helps us provide life-saving nutrition interventions for malnourished children in informal settlements, giving them a second chance to live a full and healthy life.
The more we interact with community members, the more we learn. Our community-based research activities place community partnerships based on mutual trust at the forefront and leverage existing community strengths to build long-term and sustainable interventions and relationships.
Still operating on its partnership and home-based care model. CFK’s nutrition program reaches 17,000+ children and all 13 villages in Kibera. In response to the success and cost-effectiveness of the new model, CFK decides to close its Nutrition Centre and re-focus on expanding its nutrition program through partnerships with CHVs, informal schools, and early childhood development centres.