Vision

Our vision is for every girl in Kenya to have an equal chance to achieve her potential and be free from poverty.

 

Mission

Our mission is to involve entire communities in gender equality, so that girls in rural Kenya can create their own bright futures.

What we do

We work with local Kenyan people to educate girls, empower women and transform communities in rural Kenya.

Girls can change the world

Given the chance, girls can play a critical role in solving the most persistent development problems facing the world today. By investing in girls’ education, preventing early marriage and teen pregnancy, issues such as HIV and AIDS can be resolved and the cycle of poverty can be broken. It’s not about prioritising girls over boys (in fact, we do lots of work with boys and men in the community), it’s about working with all members of the community to level the playing field and tackle inequality.

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“Almost 60% fewer girls would become pregnant under 17 years, if they had a secondary education” – UNESCO

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Primary school scholarships

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Secondary school scholarships

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College/university scholarships

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Girls in our Girls' Support Group

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Great North Run 2016

February 8, 2016 1:16 pm

Great North Run 2016 places available! This year, the Great North Run will take place on Sunday 11th September. The...

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Homa Bay county has highest HIV rate in Kenya

February 2, 2016 2:54 pm

We were saddened to read a recent news article in a Kenyan newspaper, reporting the shocking number of children infected...

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Ferguson Trust grant supports over 500 Kenyan girls

January 26, 2016 11:04 am

Back in 2012, The Ferguson Trust generously donated £10,000 to support our work in Ndhiwa over a period of 3 years. We are delighted to be able...

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