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Empower Kenyan Girls for a Brighter Future

In the heart of Kenya, young girls face a multitude of challenges that demand our collective attention. Poverty, limited access to education, and deeply entrenched cultural norms perpetuating gender inequality cast long shadows on their lives. These adversities ripple into the physical, emotional, and psychological realms, creating hurdles such as child marriage, lack of educational opportunities, and the harrowing specter of sexual exploitation and abuse.

Urgent Educational Barriers

Startling statistics lay bare the educational inequalities these girls grapple with. Less than 20% of Kenyan girls aged 15-19 complete secondary education, and the numbers drop further in regions burdened by poverty and gender disparity. As few as one in 15 girls in some areas are enrolled in primary schools. The urgency to dismantle these barriers to education is palpable.

Our Mission: Empowerment

Organizations like Coachability Foundation are resolute in their commitment to change this narrative. By providing access to education and resources, we empower these young girls and offer them the promise of a brighter future. However, to create lasting change, we must delve into the roots of these issues. This comprehensive approach encompasses healthcare, basic needs, and the overhaul of cultural norms perpetuating gender inequality.


The Unseen Impact

The toll of adversity is staggering. Forced into early marriages, these girls shoulder adult responsibilities and forfeit their education. The dearth of access to education and employment fosters feelings of hopelessness and erodes self-esteem. Worse still, those subjected to sexual exploitation and abuse bear deep emotional scars.


Education as a Beacon

Education is the cornerstone of our mission. It equips girls with the skills and knowledge to break free from the cycle of poverty and empowers them to recognize and report instances of abuse. It's a powerful tool in their arsenal for a brighter future.


Join Us in this Journey

Kenyan girls need our unwavering support to dismantle the barriers to education and confront the harmful practices eroding their well-being. By addressing these root causes, we can collectively pave the way for a brighter and more equitable future for these girls.


Your Support Matters

With your support, we can work to eliminate the barriers these girls face, allowing them to embrace their full potential. Your contribution has the power to transform lives, break the cycle of adversity, and light up a brighter path for Kenyan girls.



[Donate Now] to be part of this transformative journey. Together, we can create a brighter future for Kenyan girls.


Total cost of the project  :  500.000 Kenyan Shillings  3.090,22€  


The programs follow the SDGs

For SDG 4 (Quality Education):

  • Sub-goal 4.2: Ensure that all girls and boys have access to quality early childhood development, care, and pre-primary education.

  • Sub-goal 4.7: By 2030, ensure that all learners acquire the knowledge and skills needed to promote sustainable development.

Sub-goal 4.a: Build and upgrade education facilities that are child, disability, and gender-sensitive and provide safe, non-violent, inclusive, and effective learning environments for all.


  • For SDG 5 (Gender Equality):


    • Sub-goal 5.1: End all forms of discrimination against all women and girls everywhere.

    • Sub-goal 5.5: Ensure women’s full and effective participation and equal opportunities for leadership at all levels of decision-making in political, economic, and public life.

    • Sub-goal 5.6: Ensure universal access to sexual and reproductive health and reproductive rights.

By addressing these sub-goals within SDG 4 and SDG 5, SAS and ASA contribute to promoting quality education and gender equality for children in Kisumu, Kenya.

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