WIMA is a Swahili word that means, straight, upright, erect or firm. It carries with it the allusion of remaining steadfast and unwavering. This is in relation to the unfortunate event of spousal incarceration. WIMA is also an acronym for Wives of incarcerated Men Advocacy. This predominantly women led outfit with a few supportive men is intended to be the bastion of every accessible woman whose spouse for whatever reason is incarcerated. WIMA will be able to operate a 24 hour helpline ..
SCIP as a project of AFIFA is geared towards creating a haven for the children of incarcerated parents. It accesses these children through schools partnering with AFIFA under the SCIP project. SCIP provides psychological support and empowerment to enable those children to fit in the society despite lacking one or both parents due to incarceration.
Comprehensive Approach to the Reintegration of Ex- Convicts (CAREX-CON). Community empowerment center will seek to mitigate the psychological, social and economic impacts of imprisonment on prisoner, family and society.