This week, we’re thrilled to announce that after 6 years of training and working alongside this incredible group of women, our Sew Women Can project in Kenya is now successfully standing and operating on its own.   Led by Amie Stead, So They Can’s amazing Project Manager, this group of women have worked tirelessly over…

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Meet Napir — an English and Science teacher at Endamaghai Primary School, and a supervisor of our Keeping Girls in School project.   Keeping Girls in School exists to educate girls and their families on the importance of education for girls. The project provides guiding and counselling sessions on performance improvement, distribution of sanitary towels and…

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Weekly update from our CEO, Cass Treadwell   — — —   While the whole world feels consumed by COVID-19, last week I found it incredibly rewarding to hear the impact of our Keeping Girls in School (KGiS) project, which we have been able to continue over the last months while it feels the rest…

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$50 means the world to Margret, who risks her business going under by allowing families to buy in credit so that their children won’t go hungry. Margret, one of our Wezesha Business Skills Program participants, was running a successful grocery store until COVID-19 hit.     Name: Margret Age: 35 Location: New Canaan 3 words…

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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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