School Based Crime Prevention and Life Skills

Implemented since 2005 with support from Tudor Trust UK and Bread for the World.

The primary purpose of School-based Crime Prevention Project is to prepare pupils for a life free of crime and
enhance their self-reliance after leaving school, in a manner that complements the current education
curriculum, through application of practical skills and life skills training.

The project is being implemented under the social and legal justice thematic area in 26 schools (3 Juvenile
institutions, 5 special schools and 18 public schools) in 8 counties in Kenya.

The project continues to contribute vocational skills training and life-skills development among learners in primary
and secondary level for a better future, equipped with skills for job creation and self employment.