Buthaina Ibrahim is a Family Worker/Therapist with Undugu Society of Kenya, a position she has held since 2010. Buthaina was previously a Social Worker for over 15 years at the same organisation. She has 20 years of experience that began by focusing on the broader issues for street-connected children, and lately she has been specialising in working with families using a therapeutic approach. For Buthaina, working with children and youth in extremely difficult circumstances has been a great experience that has taught her the importance of ingenuity and imagination. Buthaina has also benefitted from a training and coaching programme organised by Juconi Foundation, Mexico and Ecuador. She became a member of the Community of Practice after attending a conference in 2014 on Strengthening work with children and families affected by family violence: From theory to practice held in Mexico. Buthaina has been instrumental in providing training to other members of the team. She holds a Diploma in Addiction Counselling and a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work.