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May 29, 2022

Marking Menstrual Hygiene Day

According to the World Bank statistics, at least 500 million women and girls globally lack adequate facilities for menstrual hygiene management (MHM).  Every year on May 28, the work marks Menstrual Hygiene Day to help break the silence and build awareness about the fundamental role that good menstrual hygiene management…
Girls Club
June 8, 2021

Saying No to Period Poverty

By: Atieno Muyuyi Photo credit: Mufadhal Musa Having periods is still unaffordable in Kenya...we still have a big number of teenage girls and even married women who can’t access sanitary towels or afford to buy one! We still have areas that use traditional methods when it comes to menstruation! We…
Bright FuturesGirls ClubSponsorship
May 9, 2021

Celebrating the Mothers of Uweza

Today we are celebrating some of the mothers of Uweza for all that they do and have been through that often goes unrecognized. Read below as we share their experiences, advice, and thoughts on motherhood.Photos and story by Mufadhal Musa and Cedrick Joseph "To be a mother is very important…
Girls Club
March 4, 2020

Girls Club Arts and Crafts Class

In addition to life skills sessions, the members of our girls' empowerment program participate in arts and crafts activities such as beading and crochet. This gives them the opportunity to express themselves creatively and also learn valuable new skills that they can use to earn income in the future. A…
Girls Club
February 26, 2020

Taekwondo lessons are back

After a brief hiatus and in response to requests from members of our girls' empowerment club, our taekwondo lessons are back with a new teacher! He holds a black belt and has been a member of the national takewondo team. The lessons are being held two times a month after…
Girls Club
February 5, 2020

Jumping for Joy

Starting this month, we will be incorporating jump rope into our girls' empowerment club activities. Moving forward, they will spend two weeks a month participating in jump rope and two weeks a month on taekwondo after their life skills sessions. The girls were so excited to start this past Sunday…