Did you know that energy poverty plunges 1.4 billion into complete darkness every night, as they lack equal access to clean power? As a result, millions rely on primitive forms of energy like charcoal and firewood, which have a huge devastating impact on the environment, economy, health and education of millions of children.    We’ve…

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When COVID-19 hit Kenya, the country’s lock down policy was abrupt and a strict curfew was enforced. Schools closed so suddenly that no one had a chance to prepare or take anything that they needed.    After a few weeks Joan, our amazing librarian at Aberdare Primary School, returned to the school to rearrange the…

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At So They Can, we are always excited to work and collaborate with other organisations to maximise our impact; whether that’s through education, empowerment projects or bringing together communities around the world.   From partnering with Day for Girls as part of our Keeping Girls in School program, to connecting with the awesome team at…

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At times like this, knowing we have the support of our amazing community truly means the world. So when we heard of the incredible goal that So They Can supporter, Sophia, set herself while off school due to COVID-19 closures, we jumped at the chance to share her story with you!   Sophia Thompson is a Year 9…

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As it stands globally, 810 million students in developing countries are currently out of school due to COVID-19 [Global Partnership for Education]. Our students in Kenya and Tanzania are no exception, however our teams have been working tremendously hard to change this. With the development of our home education packs now complete, over the last couple…

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$50 means the world to Julieth, who is eager to get back to her Teacher Training Program so that she can fulfil her dreams of empowering the next generation. Julieth, who lost both her parents and her grandmother, is struggling to look after her two younger brothers and her sister without an income.     …

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