Wasichana Wetu Wafaulu – Let our girls succeed!

 

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Why we do what we do

Our efforts are timely to advance access to education and employment for vulnerable young people living in the coast of Kenya, through a long term holistic approach. Through Kesho Kenya, vulnerable children are becoming empowered and educated, broadening their experience of the world and realising their dreams – irrespective of poverty, ethnicity, gender, religion or special needs. Thus, they have the chance to break the cycle of poverty.
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3,200

children educated from
primary to university

1,678

children reached in 2018
via School Safeguarding
programme

12,920 girls

supported through
WWW project in
Kilifi County

33

trainings conducted
in 2018

128

primary and secondary
schools we work with
in Kilifi County

94,7 %

of our secondary students
transitioned to university
or college in 2018

Our Areas of Intervention

These are the areas that we work in day and night to ensure that we serve the young people better and we won’t stop!

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4 days ago
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"Men make better leaders than women!" This motion of a group work was vividly discussed during Kesho Kenya leadership training for our secondary students. Many girls booed but only a few showed the ... See more

6 days ago
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Singing, dancing, laughing, ululating and celebrating. Their happy faces say it all. The atmosphere during the end year party of our adult literacy class is extraordinary, Everybody has a ... See more

1 week ago
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Our Wasichana Wetu Wafaulu team is visiting community groups to vet their income generating activities. The aim is to support groups who have successful businesses with a grant to enable them to ... See more

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How to write a good business plan - this one topic of Kesho Kenya Street Business School. Participants' creativity is challenged: How to construct a house with a peace of box and a pencil that stands ... See more

1 week ago

Chess has many benefits: Among others it raises children's IQ, contributes to their problem-solving skills, improves the memory and increases creativity.

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Fatuma got a bursary from the Wasichana Wetu Wafaulu (Let Our Girls Succeed) project. It enabled her to join Coast Education and Training Institute. Now, having mastered the skill of dressmaking, she ... See more

She is making uniforms for vulnerable girls in her former school whose dresses are worn out. She is doing it for free.

2 weeks ago
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From stationary to accommodation to catering - interested in collaborating as a supplier with Kesho Kenya? Then take your chances and fill out the pre-qualification questionnaire by clicking on the ... See more

2 weeks ago
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What prevents women from taking on leadership roles? There are several reasons, among them culture, lack of investment in girl child education due to poverty and women leaving it up to men to decide ... See more

2 weeks ago

We like to move it, move it! ⚽️⚽️⚽️ Thank you Moving the Goalposts Kilifi for this lovely donation! We are already exercising keepy ups in the office. This ball will surely enhance our ... See more

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