Team Kenya has impacted on over 80,000 people since we were founded in 2008. We take great pride in monitoring and evaluating the impact of our work and using any lessons learned to enhance our activities.
In 2022, our work had the following impact:
- 480 women received training in micro-finance by December, and 740 women are currently members of table-banking groups. By securing 35,000 Euros from the L’oreal Women’s fund for agribusiness training at the end of 2022, we will be able to continue to financially empower women so they can send their girls to school in 2023.
- The Mount Kenya climb, lead by Gordon Wilson, which took place in late August/early September was a great success, helping to raise over £10,000.
- By working together with Twende Pamoja, we were able to secure further funding from the BFSS, allowing us to address the gender gap by training over 480 girls in 16 partner schools in STEM, digital, and leadership skills.
- Our Girls Football for Empowerment project was relaunched, with over 90 girls attending. This project allows girls to socialise and develop their football skills, while promoting gender equality by educating their community on the vital issues of girls’ rights.
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