Through our partnership with Tewa we help train provide people with stable employment in the local hospitality industry

National Summary

Since Kenya introduced free primary education in 2003, enrolment rates have increased to 84 per cent. However, in some regions, where poverty levels and gender inequality are high, only 19 per cent of girls are enrolled in school.

Although primary education is free, families often must pay for textbooks, uniforms, and teachers’ salaries. Additionally, when children attend school, they are not contributing to the family’s income. These costs and perceived losses make it difficult for families to justify sending a child to school.

Girls and women in Kenya hold untapped potential. Their increased contributions would help Kenya reach its development goals. It is therefore crucial for women to have access to quality education and skills training.

Quick Facts

52.2 million national population

42% living below the poverty line

74% female literacy

30.5% girls married before age 18

3.4% employed in tourism industry

Our Work in Kenya

We started working in Kenya in 2015.


We work with 1 local projects in Kenya.


We have directly impacted the lives of
421 young women.


Featured partners and projects

We currently work with 27 women-led local partners globally who have a proven track record of helping communities through education.
We rely on their expertise to respond to local needs and solutions in order to establish sustainable long-term projects.


FPTI provides business skills and vocational training courses in hospitality to young women with fewer opportunities in the Philippines.

Read More »


ISSI provides vocational training in the healthcare sector, equipping students to become nurses and midwives in DRC.

Read More »