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Tewa Training Centre

Tewa Training Centre empowers marginalised girls and young women in Kenya through transformative business skills, vocational training and mentoring.

Tewa Training Centre helps marginalised girls and young women fulfil their potential and find dignified employment in rural Kenya.

Our local partner in Kenya, Tewa Training Centre, empowers marginalised girls and young women through business skills, vocational training and mentoring. Tewa is based in Kilifi County, one of the country’s poorest districts, where women have little access to education. With only 48% of girls moving into secondary education, Tewa plays a key role in making education and opportunities accessible to young women and girls in the area.

Through our partnership with Tewa, we enhance education accessibility by providing financial aid and capacity building. Enrolled young women undergo two years of hospitality training to acquire skills required for the local tourism sector and job market demands. Tewa’s outreach efforts focus on elevating women’s living standards by imparting technical skills essential for self-sufficiency and entrepreneurship.

  • Project focus: business skills, vocational training, mentoring
  • Year we started working with Tewa: 2015
  • Women and girls directly impacted: 542

 

What your donations can do

£25 a month can cover the cost of the vocational training programme for a young woman.

£35 can fund a short course in cookery and housekeeping for a young woman.

£70 can cover the fees for a student’s uniform and materials.

£610 can fund a scholarship for a two-year vocational training programme.