Where your money goes?
Every year, over 250 children from Kibera receive an education that they could never have without sponsorship. These students range from pre-school to post-graduate degrees.
At the Wanawake kwa Wanawake Centre, women from Kibera receive training in new skills such as sewing and clothes making, bracelet making and bag making. The women learn about small business skills to better allow them to provide for their families.
Kitengela School Project
Planning is underway for our own school at Kitengela, outside Nairobi, where over 1,000 students will be attending once completed. Half of these will be our own under-privileged children from Kibera.
WkW Community Centre
The Wanawake kwa Wanawake Community Centre is purpose built on the outskirts of the Kibera slum. It is a place of learning, relaxing, counselling and fun for children and adults. Our Chappell Informal School takes children who have finished primary school for a year of further education until a sponsor is found to commence secondary school.