Wasichana Wetu Wafaulu – Let our girls succeed!

 

Students acting for Honesty, Integrity and Equality

Tackling CSEC at the Kenyan coast

Tusome – Let us read!

 

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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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Mary at her small restaurant in Mtwapa. The mother of four uses the monthly cash transfer the family receives from our Wasichana Wetu Wafaulu (Let Our Girls Succeed) project to grow her business step ... See more

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The #InternationalDayoftheGirlChild was this year commemorated at Banda ra salama. Running with the theme "girl force: unscripted and unstoppable," members present discussed girls challenges, goals ... See more

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Under the rings of responsibility for child protection, the family is the closest to the child and has a big role to play in matters safeguarding. That is why in our 2019 annual parents meeting, we ... See more

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Our communication team is in Nairobi for a COMUNDO country meeting. We discuss the new Kenya country programme with a focus on enhancing quality education. Furthermore, we participate on a video ... See more

2 weeks ago

In January, the Competence-Based Curriculum (CBC) was rolled out in primary schools. As a parent, student, teacher, concerned organisations and community, do you think we needed the curriculum ... See more

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Meanwhile, in Kathmandu - Nepal, our team had an opportunity to present the #KeshoKenya Safeguarding Policy to other #SHINE project partners. The aim of this presentation was to shed light on our ... See more

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"Nobody employs you nowadays without a certificate", says Salama. "Education is important if you want to get a job." Therefore, she is attending Kesho Kenya adult literacy class to prepare her for ... See more

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"If your plan is for 1 year, plant rice.
If your plan is for 10 years, plant trees.
If your plan is for 100 years, educate children."
(Confucius)
#KeshoKenya #Tusome #Education #Confucius

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Kesho Kenya staff members Damaris and Joshua attend the annual SHINE project workshop which is this year held at the other side of the world - in Nepal's capital Kathmandu! Kenya and Nepal are the ... See more

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What a wonderful start of the weekend! Invited to a friendly match we met the team of Kivukoni School to play netball and football against them. It was really very exciting and even much more fun. ... See more

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