Tewa provides vocational training opportunities so that local women can have access to good jobs in the local hospitality industry. Kilifi has a number of popular luxury resorts but without training and facilitation, local people cannot compete for decent jobs. Kilifi District is one of the poorest districts in Kenya, where women have a low level of education. With only 48% of girls move into secondary education, Tewa plays a key role in making education more accessible to women and girls in the area.
Their hospitality training programme is geared to meet international standards so that the students can be easily integrated into the professional world and meet the demands of the local job market. The outreach programmes are geared towards uplifting the living standards of women through training in technical skills that will help them be self-sufficient starting up their own industries.
- Project focus: Vocational training, mentoring
- Year we started working with Tewa Training College: 2015
- Women and girls directly impacted: 421
What your donations can do
£2 can fund a whole week’s education for one student.
£10 a month can contribute towards buying food for culinary classes.
£50 could go towards mentoring for students.
£167 could fund a two-year programme for one student at Tewa.