Talia Agler Girls Shelter is a registered Charitable Children’s Institution under the Children Act, 2001.Established in January 2012 with funding from the Global Fund for Children, the Shelter offers solace to victims of human trafficking, sexual abuse, child labor, domestic violence and forced migration. TAGS takes in girls and young women from Kenya and those trafficked from across East African and other foreign nationals.
Known simply as TAGS, it’s the Center for Domestic Training’s (CDTD) protection program that is dedicated to providing abused girls and young women with services necessary for their recovery and social reintegration using a 4R approach of: Reach, Rescue, Rehabilitate and Reintegrate. The shelter enjoy 24 hour security with guards and and electric fence. Shelter residents are provided with a bed, 3 meals per day and personal item as required during their stay.
TAGS is named in honour of Talia Agler, a young American girl who dedicated her life to empowering and improving the lives of Girl Domestic Workers in Nairobi during her internship in 2006.

TAGS 2018 Numbers at a Glance

80
Residents Accommodated
50
Education Sponsorships
15
Teenage Mothers Supported
95
Offered Case Management Services
50%
Of Girls were Victims of Trafficking