Our mission is to develop next-generation talent to address social challenges by creating a higher education model that offers future leaders opportunities to get an intensive experience of cross-boundary work, develop practical skills to build their professional toolkit, and understand the personal journey this work requires in order to be effective and sustainable as an individual over time. All this while simultaneously reducing the traditionally high cost of top-class global education. -
Access Afya is creating a chain of ultra-mini-clinics that provide standardized outpatient services for simple conditions, targeting the extreme poor.
By funding and training Kenyans to utilize natural resources, we'll help create self-sustaining businesses and provide goods to schools for orphans.
At Familia Moja Children's Home they feed 42 kids and 4 staff 3 meals a day with 1 cooker. The cooker which in swahili is called the 'Chiko' is broken and will cost 28,000 Kenyan Shillings to fix.
Our vision is to give hope to, and empower, children who are victims of poverty and HIV/AIDS by providing them with a quality, Christian-based education. Through HELPING project (providing Hope, Education, Love and Protection through Inspiration Goals (HELPING) we intended to HELP young orphans at Alekii Centre Kenya to start raising Goats, Sheeps and Cows as away of income generating activity to support their basic needs.
YET was created to help address illiteracy, extreme poverty and human rights violations among marginalized and vulnerable rural women/girls, youths and children.
Kencare Initiative is a bottom up grassroots youth’s development and empowerment organization. we nurture talent and all forms of art and help young people become self sustainable trough entrepreneurship training and guidance.
We sell the Ruby Cup, a menstrual cup in order to address the lack of affordable and available menstrual hygiene products in developing countries through sustainable business and education.
Fire – Improved efficient clean cooking stoves for rural households in Kenya. – Reducing indoor air pollution, deforestation, and saving money for Kenyan households by reducing fuel purchases. Fuel – Production of cooking fuel briquettes made from the invasive “water hyacinth” weed that is killing Lake Victoria.
We are secretly raising funds for the Kibera Community Empowerment Organisation. We wish to surprise them with enough money to buy the recycling machine required to expand their project.