By developing sports infrastructure and providing training JJF aims to empower young boys and girls of the vulnerable communities and help them grow into the strong citizens of Kenya. This initiative will also move the sports in Kenya into a next level by growing the future generation of talented and resilient sportsmen and women.
In the wake of COVID-19, Jonathan Jackson Foundation coined the Jenga Jirani Initiative (JJI) geared towards providing humanitarian assistance to households who are already living on the edge of hardship and acute hunger. Phase one of the JJI which ran from March to September 2020, supplied dry food, sanitary and hygiene products, and installed handwashing stations within Nairobi’s informal settlements. It successfully raised Kshs 25,500,000 that supported 9,613 households of vulnerable and underprivileged people, including critically ill persons and those with severe disabilities from Nairobi informal economies.
We are a community based organization that seeks to empower women from marginalized areas around the Lake Victoria region through climate smart technologies for sustainable livelihoods. To support and work with women and girls from the Lake Victoria region through necessary skills, tools and resources for their engagement in sustainable enterprises and economic development.
Amani ya Juu is a Swahili saying which means “Peace from Above.” We are a social economic enterprise committed to peace and reconciliation for women from many African nations and cultures. We use beautiful African materials to create high quality fair trade home goods and accessories. Through our faith in God who provides a transcendent peace, we heal from the past. Together we grow in dignity and respect for one another.
YAWI is an African based organization for gender equality, women, children and girl’s rights. . we sensitize women and the community at large on embracing freedom of women from all forms of violence, economic injustices, sexual and reproductive health, girl’s education and women’s economic empowerment.
This is a Grass-root Charity foundation in Kenya which exists to assist, enable and empower children and communities to improve their life circumstances. OMDC work is anchored in United Nation Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC), African Charter on Rights and Welfare of Children (ACRWC), and draws a broad legitimacy base from The Bill of Rights Chapter as enshrined in The Constitution of Kenya, Children`s Act 2001, sexual offenses Act and other relevant sectoral, national, regional and international frameworks that nullify the logic and practice of child/human rights abuse and exploitation, sexual and gender based violence (SGBV), particularly in fragile and hostile conflict environment.
This is a non- profit-making organization located at Mama Africa building adjacent to Kiboro Primary school grounds in Mathare community. Our core purpose is to transform the lives and livelihoods of children, young people by providing a safe environment & space that nurtures young talents & leaders and giving back to the Mathare community through music,education,dance and other social and developmental activities.
This is a digital health platform founded by Nelson Macharia, a young Public Health student from Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT). The company recognizes the centrality of technology towards enhancement of healthcare accessibility and as such, innovated the M-kaya mobile App.The m-Kaya vision is to reduce maternal mortality by 70% using big data, science and innovation.
Safari Doctors is a community-based organization in Lamu, Kenya. Our mission is to provide innovative, community-driven healthcare solutions that promote well-being for marginalized communities. The indigenous Aweer and Bajuni communities we serve, live within the archipelago and on the mainland near the border with Somalia. Neglect and insecurity prevent them from accessing quality healthcare.
Humanitarian Assistance (Provision of Dry food
SRH (Sanitary pads)
Economic and empowerment targeted with youth and women. Sexual and reproductive health [SHR]
Socio-Economic Empowerment (Tailoring, Pads, Soaps, Masks), Food Distribution