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Gender and Women Empowerment

Gender and Women Empowerment

The empowerment of women is of paramount importance in gender equality. It is aimed at bringing out the full potential in women while promoting their self worth.   Women are an important pillar in matters of community development and the well being of families. In line with Sustainable Development Goal # 5, Fadhili promotes inclusivity of women both at the family and community level. Both men and women are involved in creating dialogues that enhance communication, promote balanced workload and conflict resolution. Fadhili is focused on Strengthening women leadership and decision-making skills as well as their participation in development activities. 

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John

We have been supporting John since Class 3 at public school. His mother was part of a health project we…

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Vallary

Vallary is 17 years old and the third born in a family of seven children with a single mother. Her…

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Kiio’s Story

Kiio’s Story

In the rural areas of Kenya, men do not have a good reputation as many move to cities to find…

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Brian

Brian is the fourth born in his family. A former street boy and pick-pocket headed for delinquency, he is now…

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Josephine’s Story

Josephine’s Story

Josephine Kasipa is the chairperson of the Kiuani Village Savings and Loan (VSL) group. Kiuani means Fruit of the Tree…

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Angel

Angel is 16 years old and attends Sengani Girls High School. She was admitted into the Watoto Wetu project when…

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Jen’s Story

Jen’s Story

Jen Kyele is a young mother. Before she joined the Village Savings and Loan (VSL) group she didn't know how…

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Village Savings and Loans

Village Savings and Loans

Village Savings and Loan (VSL) groups provide basic banking services to the rural poor. Once a group is organized and…

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Watoto Wetu (Our Children)

Watoto Wetu (Our Children)

Fadhili’s Watoto Wetu project started in 2004 to care for children who had been orphaned by parents with HIV. The…

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The Need

The Need

According to Kenya Demographics profile, 2018, 73% of the Kenyan population live in the rural areas. Whereas Kenya is ranked…

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