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Vusha Girls Holds its first Graduation Ceremony in Nairobi and Kisumu

Vusha Girls Holds its first Graduation Ceremony in Nairobi and Kisumu

Vusha Girls held its first graduation ceremonies in both Nairobi and Kisumu Counties for its first cohort of beneficiaries on the 15th and 21st Sep 2017 respectively. Vusha Girls Employability Program is a DREAMS Innovation Challenge solution, which is funded by the...

Edith; Ngazi transformed me from a house help to a business owner

My parents separated when I was a little girl and I was taken in by our paternal grandparents who were able to educate me through Primary school. Due to the rising cost of living, they found it hard to take care of me and so they decide to take me back to my father....

“I am all smiles, holding my shoulders and head high due to the high quality training I have received.– Catherine Intel She Will Connect Beneficiary

Catherine Ann Wambui is a 27year old girl from Dandora informal settlement. When she completed her high school, she performed fairly well. However finances had been a big challenge in the family, and therefore tough decisions had to be made. Her mother and other...

When you come from where I do, having access to technology is a luxury – Dammy Nafula Intel beneficiary

“My experience may seem weird to others, but when you come from where I do, having access to technology is a luxury. We have other priorities like accessing sanitation, employment, and housing amongst others,” says Dammy. Dammy Nafula hails from Kibera, one of the...

Vusha Girls Holds its first Graduation Ceremony in Nairobi and Kisumu

Vusha Girls Holds its first Graduation Ceremony in Nairobi and Kisumu

Vusha Girls held its first graduation ceremonies in both Nairobi and Kisumu Counties for its first cohort of beneficiaries on the 15th and 21st Sep 2017 respectively. Vusha Girls Employability Program is a DREAMS Innovation Challenge solution, which is funded by the...
“With the online work, I have been able to comfortably support myself and send money to my parents.” Abigael – Beneficiary, She Will Connect

“With the online work, I have been able to comfortably support myself and send money to my parents.” Abigael – Beneficiary, She Will Connect

Abigael was desperately searching for employment after school and in the first six months, she had so much hope but as time went by, desperation kicked in. She had applied for various positions in different companies but no one bothered to provide any kind of feedback...

ACWICT featured on the The Aid and International Development Forum (AIDF) 2017 edition guide on “Solutions That Save Lives and Support Development”

ACWICT featured on the The Aid and International Development Forum (AIDF) 2017 edition guide on “Solutions That Save Lives and Support Development”

The guide offers a list of the most innovative solutions from mobile applications and data management tools to portable water purification treatments, solar powered energy supply and sustainable building materials for emergency shelter. It also includes innovations in emergency management, procurement and sourcing of essential aid supplies, healthcare equipment and medical devices, agriculture and education.