Girls in Kenya receive Fenix radio-lights and menstrual hygiene products as part of the Esila (‘for girls’) campaign. Our partners are the Kenya Broadcasting Corporation and the Bethel Network.
Maasai women in Kenya need to diversify and increase their earning potential. Tawang’a uses Lifeplayer MP3s to provide audio content to self-help groups.
Our solar Lifeplayer MP3s will provide knowledge access in northern Kenya’s pastoral communities where educational opportunities have been few, especially
Life in Garissa district in arid eastern Kenya is harsh, particularly for women. Nearly 200,000 residents of the district are refugees from neighbouring
In response to the pressing need to reduce kerosene (paraffin) use by poor women in Kenya, ‘Lighting the Way to Leadership’ launched to pitched excitement in the Maasai heartland of Narok.
Between 2007 and 2009, we distributed 10,000 of our solar and wind-up Lifeline radios to a variety of communications and learning initiatives across Kenya.
Kilifi sits on Kenya’s Indian Ocean coast and has some of the country’s best beaches. However, it remains one of Kenya’s poorest districts. In terms of education
Vumilia – we persevere in Swahili – began as a small group of 30 HIV positive women meeting to help and support each other. Many of the women were grandmothers.