Shining Light on Slums to Unlock Girls' Talents

A Nairobi not-for-profit organization has expanded from providing education in the Kenyan capital's largest slum to a range of services in two sprawling settlements that create livelihoods, encourage youth entrepreneurship and offer safe water - especially critical in the time of Covid.

A grant from USADF C.A.R.E.S. in Washington DC is helping residents of Kibera and Mathare, crowded Nairobi informal settlements, ward off Covid-19.

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