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Raise her Voice- a social enterprise with multi layered benefit & holistic approach.
Most of Kenya's population live in rural areas which comprises of the youths and women;who h
IMPROVING OVERALL HEALTHCARE AND EDUCATION FACILITIES IN DEVELOPING NATIONS TO IMPROVE THE LIFE E
ICT4D is a model created by Jonathan Mativo that brings technological education to rural communit
We believe that Stigmatization hurts all of us!
KCCI promotes economic independence and healthy child development via community-driven early chil
This is a noble social enterprise project and I need your support to come up with this system.
Currently, there are over 1 million Kenyan children not attending school (Source: UNESCO).
g.Maarifa is a mobile job training, evaluation, and placement platform for low-income youths aged
We are intelligent and energetic kenyan women raising a powerful network of women in tech working
Sikizana Trust fights for the right of the child and promotes education of the needy and vulnerab
IDF is a registered NGO whose vision is a healthy, just and economically viable society.
Nurturing Smart Youth in Kenya for self-sustainable positive economic and social transformation
The mission of Jitegemee is to ensure that every street child with the desire to learn and to bec
The Community Land and Property Watchdog Group (WDG) Model is a collective grassroots approach to
Child Protection From sex Predators by introducing free SMS center and Radio calls in all health Centers.
Entered in Patients | Choices | Empowerment
To Help prevent future HIV/AIDS infections by providing a fun, innovative approach that offers ac
Entered in Changing Lives Through Football
this is an electronic garget that pick the heartbeats from the wrist and didplay it on the LCD OR
Promoting mental health and strengthening the resilience of youth and children in Kilifi through participatory media.
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