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Beatrice Odhiambo, Irene Okoth, and Consolata Okal

The Coachability Foundation, through their "Goat or Sheep Program," aims to empower widows in Kenya by providing them with sustainable livelihood opportunities.


The program focuses on assisting widows in rural communities, where they often face economic challenges and limited resources. The program's primary objective is to provide widows with goats or sheep, which serve as an asset for income generation. These animals can be bred and their offspring can be sold or used for dairy or meat production, thereby creating a sustainable source of income for the widows. In addition to providing livestock, the Coachability Foundation also offers training and support to the widows.


They provide education on animal husbandry, entrepreneurship, and financial management. This equips the widows with the necessary skills and knowledge to successfully manage their livestock and run their small businesses. By implementing the "Goat or Sheep Program," the Coachability Foundation aims to alleviate poverty, improve livelihoods, and promote economic empowerment among widows in Kenya. Through this sustainable approach, widows are given the opportunity to generate income, become self-reliant, and improve their overall quality of life. That's wonderful to hear! It seems that three more sheep have been allocated to the program.


Beatrice Odhiambo, Irene Okoth, and Consolata Okal are the recipients of these additional sheep. This expansion of the program will provide even more widows in Kenya with the opportunity to enhance their livelihoods and economic stability. The Coachability Foundation's dedication to empowering widows through the provision of livestock and support services is commendable. By adding these new beneficiaries to the program, they are making a positive impact on the lives of widows in the community.


It's important to express gratitude to the donors who have generously contributed to the program and made the allocation of these additional sheep possible. Their support and generosity have directly benefited widows in Kenya and are instrumental in creating sustainable livelihood opportunities. Furthermore, recognition should also be extended to the local NGO led by Nicholas Ojwando.


Their dedication and efforts in implementing and managing the program have played a crucial role in its success. Their commitment to empowering widows and improving their economic situations is commendable. By acknowledging and appreciating the donors and the local NGO, we recognise the collective effort that goes into making a positive impact in the lives of widows in Kenya. Their support and leadership contribute significantly to the success and sustainability of the "Goat or Sheep Program."







Supporting widows in Kisumu, or any other region, is important for several reasons:

  1. Economic empowerment: Widows often face significant economic challenges after the loss of their spouse. By providing support and resources, such as the "Goat or Sheep Program," widows can gain sustainable livelihood opportunities and generate income. This economic empowerment not only improves their financial situation but also allows them to become self-reliant and support themselves and their families.

  2. Poverty alleviation: Widows are often at a higher risk of falling into poverty due to limited access to resources and societal discrimination. Supporting widows in Kisumu helps alleviate poverty by equipping them with the necessary tools and skills to create sustainable sources of income. This, in turn, positively impacts their overall quality of life and reduces their vulnerability to poverty-related issues.

  3. Social well-being: Widows may face social isolation and exclusion, as their roles and status within society can change after the loss of their spouse. Supporting widows in Kisumu helps to address these social challenges by providing them with opportunities for personal growth, skill development, and community engagement. This support promotes their social well-being and integration within their communities.

  4. Gender equality: Supporting widows is an important aspect of promoting gender equality. Widows often face gender-based discrimination, limited access to resources, and reduced decision-making power. By providing them with support and empowerment initiatives, society can work towards creating a more equitable and inclusive environment where widows have equal opportunities to thrive.

  5. Sustainable development: Empowering widows in Kisumu contributes to the overall sustainable development of the community and region. When widows are provided with resources, education, and support, they can actively participate in economic activities, contribute to local development, and have a positive impact on the social and economic fabric of their communities.

In conclusion, supporting widows in Kisumu is crucial for their economic empowerment, poverty alleviation, social well-being, gender equality, and overall sustainable development. By providing them with the necessary support and resources, widows can overcome challenges, improve their lives, and contribute positively to their communities.


For further information about the program, please following the next link.

Curator Montse Domínguez i Munllonch





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