Monthly Archives: March 2017

  • Anna likes education very much. She lost her parent when she was in class four and her my grandmother had a challenge of looking after 12 children whom most of them did not get a chance to go to school. Since her parent died, all she was told is to become a good and obedient […]

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  • As the world faces various kinds of discrimination and inequality in the allocation of power based on gender, girls and women are becoming victims, especially in the rural and urban slums. However, these women are capable of choosing their own lives and changing their social, economical, and political situation through empowerment. Women tend to engage […]

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  • Many kids in Kenya are facing the school day on an empty stomach because there isn’t enough food at home. The current drought period which was declared a national disaster by the government has caused real shortage of food and water. This has made it even harder for vulnerable families to access food as the […]

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  • Dorcas Agrippina* is a 16 old girl from Madharau sub-location, Umoja village, one of the urban slums in Thika. She droppped out of school due to hardship at home. When she got pregnant, she joined our teen mothers program where we assist mothers in child care. We conduct individual beneficiary follow-ups with pregnant women, mothers […]

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