Why we do what we do
Restoring Hope & Dignity for a Brighter Future
Our key areas of focus
Empowers marginalized communities, particularly women and girls in rural areas, by providing quality financial literacy training such as table banking and entrepreneurship education (e.g., basket weaving), fostering economic growth and sustainable income-generating projects.
Peak #3 Done! We got to Ole Satima!
Peak 3 - Ole Satima
Peak #2 Done! We got to the Peak of Kilimanjaro!
Peak 2 - Kilimanjaro
Join us for the 7 Peaks, 7 Week Expedition
Campaign against Cancer
7 Peaks, 7 Weeks
Africa’s mountains is nothing short of majestic, with East Africa proudly boasting three of the continent’s highest peaks. It is from these towering giants that our transformative expedition finds its inspiration.
Guided by Faith, Hope, Courage, and Strength, we embark on the challenge of summiting the seven peaks, a symbolic representation of the cancer journey’s spirit. These values propel us forward, serving as beacons of resilience and determination.
Adding vibrancy to our mission, we’ve chosen colours that symbolize various cancers, creating a visual representation of our commitment to raising awareness. Yet, our vision extends beyond visuals; our ultimate goal is to acquire a mobile cancer screening laboratory truck.
Little girls with dreams become women with vision
Nurtured by the community, their dreams transform into a commitment to positive change. This journey from a little girl to a woman of vision symbolizes the boundless potential within, shaping destinies and inspiring future generations.
Empowerment through Generosity
Providing Food & Clothing
Kenyans are currently experiencing very challenging economic times, those living in harsh climatic conditions have not been spared either especially due to the global warming being experienced in the country which has caused loss to livelihood in most of the households.
Turkana county, being Kenya’s poorest county, where 87% of people are living below the poverty line and as many as 82% have never attended school. The region is semi-arid and is prone to frequent droughts and insecurity issues which threaten food security both at community and household levels.