Our Education Programme

The aim of our Education Programme is to equip the communities with whom we work with the knowledge, strength and confidence they need to achieve for themselves a healthy and fulfilling life. Programmes take place in schools and in communities, empowering participants, providing options and addressing inequalities in gender, income and opportunities for growth.


Find out more in our latest annual report on:

  • FGM/C Abandonment Programme
  • Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights
  • Healthy Schools Programme

Download our latest Annual Report

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1,000 children need our help

When COVID-19 stop schools re-opening – what happens to the children? COVID-19 has brought about many challenges not least to the lives of the children across Kericho County. As we launch a fundraising campaign to support community based learning groups for the children, we asked Maria Kidney – (co-founder and director) who has remained in […]

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It’s getting better for girls — but a Day of the Girl is still needed

Every year we like to remind our readers and supporters about the UN International Day of the Girl on 11 October – in fact we’ve been doing so since this initiative began in 2012. Girls and their rights are a strong focus of our work and we wholeheartedly agree that, as the UN site says: “Adolescent girls […]

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Let’s talk a bit louder!

It’s not often that we promote a free, all-day celebration that includes fun workshops and an amazing concert for a cause that promotes hygiene and privacy – but in a way that’s what’s happening in Kenya’s Kericho County on 26 May (we’ll announce the venue soon!). Girls and women around the world are still held […]

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Creating brighter futures

  • 6,654 community members learnt about Sexual Reproductive Health & Rights in 2021
  • 993 people participated in life skills courses in 2021
  • 2,098 girls participated in a ‘Rite of Passage’ course in 2021