Mentoring Our Future Generation

In shot, Emily Manjeru and the TUSEME club members at Kenya High School Over the last decade, Kenya has made significant progress in education, achieving gender parity in primary education enrolment and near parity at secondary level. However, gender parity does not...

REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH FOR TEENS

Sexuality education can create more opportunities for dialogue between youth and adults and help refute the myths about sexuality that young people often hear from the media and from their peers. Supplementing the education provided by the family can also help adults...

FAWE Kenya Spreading Her Wings

It’s evidently a good time for women in the industry. We are increasingly seeing more women in senior positions, running large businesses; even in traditionally male-dominated roles and sectors, women are balancing the scale. We are lucky to be surrounded by some very...

Promoting Girls STEAM Education

STEAM ToT Training Female students represent 35% of all the students enrolled in STEM- related  fields of study at this level globally. Only 3% of female students in higher education choose information and communication technologies (ICT) studies. This gender...

Lucy Ng’endo

Form three at The Kenya High School, 2003. Participating in the National Music Festival. My friend Brendah. Lucy with her two daughters Primary school with my sister, year 2000. Standard six at St. Teresa primary school, 1998. My friend, Jean. Working at Davis &...