The African Power House (CBO) founded in 2015 in response to the plight of orphan and young street children. There are about 50 street children and 100 orphans (3yrs-8yrs) in Mochengo town and its surrounding. The first project was a school for orphans and street children who could not afford school fees in the government schools and had problems at their homes. The centre currently runs various street children and vulnerable orphan’s projects in Mochengo, where we have a fully functional nursery school for children. We have four trained teachers. The center also runs as training facility, due to limited resources we face a lot of challenges and hinder our goal of expanding from baby class, pre-unit, nursery school to Primary and rehabilitate more street children and orphans. From November 2015 The Africa Power House implemented this project for the street children and orphans of Mochengo. Within a short period of one year we could do a lot of services to a number of street children and orphans. At the same time we admit that we could not meet all the needs of the children due to financial constraints. Now we are in great need of finances to do more service to the vulnerable children who are found in great number at Mochengo. On our attempt to help the children, we came across with certain astounding facts. There were so many instances of child exploitation in the area. Child labor and child prostitution among others are some of them. In the light of the above findings, we have decided to extend our activities to prevent these kinds of acts also. This project proposal is an outcome of our sincere desire for helping the children in difficult circumstances. We propose this project as a follow up and extension of the activities, we have carried out over the past 3 months. The above project is under the initiative of one Mr.Robert Ngara Omundi whose photo is shown below. Born 42 years ago, Robert was semi- orphaned while still young and ended up almost becoming a street boy (Chokora). He therefore understands the plight of street children and orphans in Kenya. This is where he got the passion of fighting for children’s rights, especially the right to education. We have been running the school with local contributions only. We are mobilizing both cash and kind. We have limited resources to take care of about orphan / semi orphan / street children. But, day by day numbers of children are increasing due to various reasons. We need additional support from the donors and philanthropists to meet the needs of increasing orphan and street children in our school. We seek support for about 3 years. Meanwhile, we will sustain to mobilize continuous local donations through exhibiting our good work and service.