The Dignity Campaign, by Talitha Teens Foundation, at the New Scent Centre was full of color, life, and fun. It was a great opportunity to empower, equip, and train the girls in finding their identity, belonging, and purpose in God. To all those who made this possible, the team from Talitha, and many of our friends who supported and encouraged us – Asanteni sana.
Flora Mwikali, the founder or New Scent Centre, has been involved in media discussions about domestic violence, girl-child abuse and sexual violence. In this discussion at NTV (one of the renowned broadcasting corporation in Kenya) she talked about her charity work and effort to rescue the girl child from sexual and drug abuse. Here is the full video Siku ya kimataifa ya uhisani: Kutoa ni moyo, sio utajiri || NTV Sasa
This was a special day in which the girls were trained on menstruation health, personality, and self esteem. Such programs are significant in facilitating the development of a whole person.
We are proud to inform you that the school has been renovated and re-painted because of your support. It has now become more habitable and conducive for learning. We hope to register more children come next year when schools resume after the pandemic has subsided.
New Scent Centre which is a rescue centre for girls from the streets and vulnerable homes with a special focus on those that have been sexually abused, sexually trafficked or forced into incestuous relationships. This is a summarized documentary that captures the life of daughters of Tala before and after rescue. Watch it here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MYZqGW4BM5E
New Scent is committed to helping the girls develop communication and socialization skills, and allows them to learn how to express their issues through occasional group therapy programs. These programs have been significant in enabling the girls work out their self-awareness by listening to others with similar issues. We are committed to seeing these girls recover from memories of their past molestation. If you wish to support the girls in these programs, kindly reach us through the contact information in our Connect page.
Carry community outreaches for sensitization, and awareness of sexual violence, alcoholism, and substance abuse.
Provide job training skills like farming, marking clothes, computers skills for future employment.
Provide temporary shelter, care, and counseling for sexually assaulted survivors.