Advancing Education

In Kenya, an education is the key to a better life. We help advance education in Kenya through scholarships, nutritional support, improving infrastructure, providing basic healthcare, and more. To learn more about how Kenya Works impacts the lives of hundreds of children in Kenya through education, click the button below.

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Empowering Women

Through all of our projects, we strive to provide opportunities for Kenyan women and girls - especially through our entrepreneurship program, Makini Pad Initiative, and Community Works.

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Nutritional Support

We know that proper nutrition is a foundation for development and a basic human right. We are investing in children’s futures by supporting feeding programs which promote intellectual, educational and physical development for children in need.

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We provide workshops for community members and childcare professionals on positive parenting and addressing gender-based violence, providing sustainable light sources to hundreds of homes, improving infrastructure, providing nutritional support. All of these things and more help the communities of Kenya.

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We know that when we support the women of the community, we are also supporting their families and surrounding networks. That is why we actively develop and collaborate with women's groups in Kenya to support opportunities of self sufficiency and increase financial literacy and income generation to make a positive change and substantial impact.

Learn more about how we support entreprenurship in Kenya 

Housing & Utilities

We partner with organizations dedicated to fighting immense poverty in the slums of Nairobi, 

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Makini Initiative

A confident girl, a brighter future

More than 65 percent of women and girls in Kenya do not have access to sanitary pads. The lack of safe, affordable and appropriate methods for dealing with menstruation has far-reaching implications for their physical, social and mental well-being.

Kenya Works Community Works

These workshops focus on abuse awareness, education, communication and empowerment. We hold one-day, basic-concept workshops and comprehensive, four-day Community Works training programs. Those who have completed the training are, in turn, leading awareness programs within their own communities and advancing these important messages.

Miale ya Tumaini

Miale ya Tumaini, Swahili for “Ray of Hope,” is an organization that is responding to immense poverty in the slums of Nairobi. Over 65 percent of the 35,000 slum residents are children who live in substandard conditions and lack proper nutrition, safety and education support. The center provides up to 600 children an evening meal, a safe space after school, and family counseling support every day.

Solar Lanterns

Fewer than 20 percent of Kenyan households have access to electricity. We are bringing safe, sustainable light to thousands through our Solar Lantern Drive.

Victory Community Development Center


VICODEC focuses on youth and poverty by feeding 2,500 children and educating 650 students every day. It provides medical care to children and their families, along with adult vocational training.

Please visit the VICODEC website   to learn how to sponsor a child in need.

TAPA Preschool

Transform A Person Africa (TAPA) has just increased their footprint in the slum of Kibera, with the addition of their new site, gifted in trust, after an organization poorly managed the school. Now the work begins as TAPA improves the site environment while improving the lives of the children they touch. The TAPA school motto, "Linking children to their potential," and the Kenya Works motto, "Partnering with communities, expanding opportunities," are supporting initiatives that together, are bringing communities the tools to forge lives of dignity and hope.

Information Communication & Technology Center

Linking Kenya to a World of Possibilities

In rural Homa Bay County, Kenya, where the future ICT center will be, exist 12 secondary schools, 23 primary schools, more than 10,000 students and 0 computers. In response to this great need, Kenya Works has partnered with Moriah Resource Centre (MOREC) to bring the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) program to Homa Bay County.

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and help make a difference in hundreds of lives in communities in Kenya. Your generosity supports dozens of educational and sustinance programs that make a significant, positive impact in the livelihoods for those who need it most.

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