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Africa Should Prepare For The Worst. - WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom advised African countries .
Now the first case of Coronavirus was reported in Kenya on 13th March 2020. More cases are reported daily. Donations to this fund will help stop the spread of Coronavirus and support urgent response efforts. Many families in informal settlements are the most vulnerable because they will not afford face masks, soap, sanitizers and food in case of city lock down.
Donations to this fund will bring support to people who live on hand to mouth in slums areas and help stop the virus's spread. Low income earners in informal settlement will be sensitized how to prevent spread of Coronavirus and provided with face masks, soap, sanitizers and food rations in case of lock down. Community members and volunteer community social workers to be supported to help stop spread of the COVID-19 Virus.
We believe as a community grasroot organizations we are deeply rooted in local community and are best positioned to provide long-term support for survivors of outbreaks and other crises. By funding our relief efforts of our local organizations, donations to this fund has the potential to build stronger response capacity so that our organizations is better equipped to face future outbreaks.
Female Genital Mutilation/Cut is the worst form of gender based violence against women/girls.
No alternative tailor made rite of passage has being found to fill the gap of FGM/C.
We have come up with Red Ribbon Campaign as a rite of passage where girls Cut the piece of red ribbon.
It has worked wonders and we have saved 10,000 in Tharaka villages.
Now we want to save 100,000 in the next 5 years among Somali women FGM/C is 98% among Kisii Women at 96.1%, and the Maasai women at 73.2%
We are building a high standard modern Container primary school suitable for an informal settlement (slum) in Githogoro, Nairobi, Kenya
The school will provide high quality education for needy families living below $365 per year.
Our aim is to give free access to education for children who otherwise have no education, so they can break out of the vicious cycle of extreme poverty.
Since 2005 we have given access to education for over 1,000 children from the slum and we want to increase the number to 3,000.