1. Ntimi boys rescue center
This is the mother center established in 2006. It is situated in Umoja Tena Embakasi West, Nairobi-Kenya.It has a capacity of 70 children in the ages of 5 to 18 years
2.Ntimi Babies and girls center
The babies unit started in 2015 to address the abandonment of babies and girls It has a capacity of 80 children. Its goal is to take care lcb bof babies and girls of 1 day to 15 years by providing them with primary health care and parental guidance for a period of time before releasing them for adoption or foster care.
3. Ntimi okoa jamii initiative
This is a community based project whose aim is to reach out to the community where children are cared for. It was established in 2019 and it has a capacity of 100 children. It is not a permanent home for the children, but a rescue centre for a period of time after which the children are reintegrated into the community. Temporary shelter for innocent children of imprisoned parents, girls who enter into early marriages and prostitution, is provided to secure an upright child development.
4. Ntimi okoa vijana initiative
This is a transitional program for young adult boys and girls 18-22 years old. They are well trained and organized from the Ntimi centres and are ready to join the community. These youths have no families at all. They are retained and accommodated as they pursue different disciplines in local, international universities and college before venturing into outside world.
5. Ntimi women for change initiative
This Women’s empowerment ensures that women and girls have control over their lives and are able to participate actively in social, political and economic domains. It is about realizing true equality for men and women.
Ntimi women for change initiative strives for a world where women are economically independent and have decision-making power. Ntimi women for a change initiative, therefore, wants women entrepreneurs and low-income women labourers to be economically independent and have direct access to business markets and decent work – not just any form of employment. We also aim to see women participate meaningfully in subnational political processes and public administration.
6.Ntimi Home of Hope for the Aged
In an effort to meet growing social needs in the country, Ntimi home of hope has embarked on an initiative to develop an old people’s home serving the less fortunate, retired social workers and missionaries who have dedicated their lives in the service of different communities. This group of people has no families or rural homes where they can retire to and many of them are left desperate and destitute when their productive years are over. In addition this initiative will also serve as an exit strategy for challenged adults who have been brought up in different children’s agencies and cannot fit back to the community.