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    Akili Preparatory School is located in the Obunga Slums in Kisumu City, Kenya. The school provides a quality education to vulnerable and underprivileged girls from the local community. The school helps single mothers provide schooling for their daughters, and also supports vocational training and skills training in the community. The founders hope to use Akili Preparatory School as a model for the provision of sustainable high quality education for girls which can be rolled-out to other schools to help improve student performance and achieve gender equality and empower women in Kenya.

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    Hope Link Child

    Kisumu, Kenya

    Hope Link is a non-profit with aim to provide support for vulnerable communities near Rusinga Island, outside of Kisumu. Volunteers are invited to support capacity building efforts in the region, as well as health and wellness training.

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    Matungu is a community-based organization working in rural Kenya that aims to build the capacity for youth and women, mostly in farming. The organization works closely with five groups comprising of at least 150 community members. Volunteers help with the organization’s core programs, themed around: Agriculture/Environment, Education, and Business Skills.

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    Safisha Africa Welfare Foundation (SAWF) is a non-profit NGO established in 2008 and registered in 2010 in Nairobi, Kenya. The mandate of Safisha Africa Welfare Foundation (SAWF) is to enable vulnerable and poor children access to quality education, provide educational materials, provide educational facilities, offer feeding programs, advocate for the enrollment of all children as a right to education and provide a better environment for the less fortunate.

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    Zawadisha

    Nairobi, Kenya

    Zawadisha helps women finance the tools and cultivate the skills they need to improve their quality of life and bolster their resiliency. Their model is to build a stronger world, one in which women are self-sufficient, successful, and stand on their own two feet. Zawadisha means “to give a gift” and the organization believes the greatest gift for women, their families, and their communities, is a hand up in fighting poverty.