On International Youth day 2018; August 12, 2018 Daughters Of Kenya held a joint event with Plan International – Kenya Kibra Slums. We reached out to 65 vulnerable teenage girls and young mothers where we provided them with a safe space to share their stories and later we brought in mentors and counsellors who talked and counselled them. During this day we celebrated the day with them by providing lunch to them inner wears and sanitary towels.
Daughters Of Kenya has put six girls in school (1 in vocational training center: Springs Jubilee Vocational Center) and 5 in Professional institution (Kenya Institute of Social Work and Community Development) in order to develop their skills, talents and professionals that will lead them to employment sector or self –employment hence transforming their lives and communities at large.
The Period between February 2018 and May 2018 through our Livelihood and Economic Empowerment for Sustainability, Daughters Of Kenya has trained up to 500 vulnerable girls and young mothers in Mukuru kwa Njenga and Reuben Slums on Google Digital Skills in showing our women how to use the digital skills to market their small businesses and products and make money and how to develop their curriculum vitae and profiles of their local jobs and also to search for jobs online
January, 2018, Daughters Of Kenya in Partnership with Nazzy Amin from UK reached up to 100 vulnerable school going girls and young mothers from Mukuru kwa Njenga and Reuben Slums and Kibra slums through mentorship Education Programme and also we gave them school essentials and sanitary towels.
In October 11, 2017 – International Day of the Girl – Daughters Of Kenya celebrated the day by reaching out to 50 vulnerable teenage girls and young mothers in Kawangware slums through our Education Programme; motivational speaking and Supplied food and Sanitary pads to them.
In June 2, 2017, Daughters Of Kenya through its Education Programme offered motivational talks 56 vulnerable girls and young mothers in Kibra Slums and supplied them with food (both dry and catering services to eat, and clothing.families.
In February 12, 2017 – Daughters Of Kenya through our Livelihood and Economic Empowerment for Sustainability Programme in partnership Star Witness Program – USA, held a women conference in Narok County of Kenya where we supported 250 vulnerable young mothers by giving them to seedlings of Maize two Kilograms each and Beans two kilograms each to plant in their farms and make food, sell some for substance and make small money for themselves and store food to avoid hunger. We also gave them 2 kgs of Rice each, fish, bread and juice to cook and feed their families. Photo attached
Diana and Sheila benefited from a Sponsorship Project under the Education Programme for the period of one year between 2016 – 2017. The two girls are vulnerable from broken families. Courtesy of Daughters of Kenya, they were able to access basic human needs for a whole year, we have time and again supported their care givers and teachers. Our Vision is to mentor, educate and nature vulnerable girls with such backgrounds into Responsible, Successful and Daughters Of Kenya Champions who will in turn return and change their community