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We Really Aren’t That Different #NdotoZetu

When it comes to parenting, no one really has the answers. My mum always used to say that she thought she'd have everything figured...

Are Schools In Rural Kenya Meeting The Needs Of Menstruating Girls?...

Even when menstruation is a universal experience throughout the world, girls in rural areas and some resource-poor towns in Kenya still experience challenges during...

Bringing A Smile To The Disabled In Nanyuki #NdotoZetu

It's almost impossible to imagine what's going on behind Simon Ciira's face with his bright smile beaming at you, but he insists that for...

Poor Quality Maternal Health Care For Poor Women? #NdotoZetu

The burden of the majority of maternal deaths is disproportionately borne by women who reside in low income areas or belong to the poorest...

5 Ways Safaricom Has Bolstered Education Efforts In Kenya

As the world marks the first ever International Day of Education, Safaricom has yet again announced a milestone in strengthening the progress of education in the...

Empowering Marginalized Groups Through Creation Of Jobs & Enterprises #Wezesha

I've always been a big supporter of the fact that if you believe in people, you bring out a side in them you would...

Doing More For Mothers In Samburu

*Maria's greatest joy was to one day have her offspring running around in her homestead. It wasn't just her joy, it was a fete...

Giving More Children The Power To Read In Arid Areas #Elimu

Although Kenya introduced Free Primary Education in 2003, many children are still unable to access education due to long distances between home and school...

Think Big, Act Big To Achieve Big – 5 Factors That...

Located in Mang'u area on a 100 acre piece of land is a magnificent institution set out to give hope and a future to...

Safaricom Foundation and Generation Kenya Partner For Youth Empowerment Programme

According to a survey by the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS), seven million Kenyans are unemployed. Out of these, 1.4 million have been...

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