Supported by USK, our Kitengela Place of our Safety (KPOS) serves as a transitory institution for street connected children. USK targets vulnerable children who live and work in the streets. We approach them, build their trust and eventually offer them alternative housing for rehabilitation and preparation for reintegration to their families. At the facility, the children are prepared for reintegration to their families besides the identification of needs and development of a care plan that could include supporting their primary/ secondary education or vocational training in situations where families are needy. The facility has a capacity of 50 children, both boys and girls.