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September 12, 2022

A New Chapter for Uweza Scholars

September is a month when most high school graduates transition into college and university in Kenya. Even though Covid 19 interrupted the normal school calendar, students have been able to cope with the temporary changes made by the Ministry of Education to ensure that learning still goes on. This year…
June 16, 2022

Super Cosmetics investing in Education

Education plays a critical role in achieving sustainable economic growth. One of the targets for Sustainable Development Goal 4, is to substantially increase the number of youth and adults who have relevant skills, including technical and vocational skills,  in order to improve the number of decent jobs and entrepreneurs by…
August 9, 2021

Mentorship: an intervention to mold positive behavior

Young people need continuous support in the form of mentorship and development of social and life skills. In a fast changing world, navigating life can be challenging and without adult support and guidance for the youth, we could lose them to social ills, depression and anxiety that would adversely affect…
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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…
January 23, 2020

Throwback Thursday: Peter

Three years ago, a friend contacted us about a student named Peter who had dropped out of school just before eighth grade due to lack of school fees and was working casual jobs to try and help his family. With her support, we were able to offer Peter a place…