Torrential rains came to Kenya and lasted longer than we have seen for many years. We normally view rain as a blessing, but the past several months of the nonstop rain and flooding have caused damage to homes and displacement of eight WEEP Mothers/Children. Read the full story here:
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Meet Peris Ipato, one of the WEEP alumni. She lives in Ngong among the Maasai community who are herders. Peris was empowered with entrepreneurial skills during the sustainability phase in the WEEP program. She neatly beads the Maasai necklaces and sells them to the HEART lodge and other jewelry shops in the outskirts of Nairobi. […]
The Jubilee Fellowship Church (JFC) mission team 2017 dedicated Frida Mkiwa’s newly constructed house in Lower Taita. The 42 year old Frida, separated and abandoned by her husband, is a graduate of the Women Equality and Empowerment Program (WEEP) 2016. She is a mother of two children; 16 year old Mathias Nyambu and 6 year […]
Linn Asbury is in Nairobi at the moment and is helping the WEEP women with quality control and ideas on how to make unique products that will attract better prices. The ladies have been keen to implement the skills taught by Linn thus there is an incredible growth in making new products that are stocked […]
The Gunton’s team comprised of four couples including the winners of the 2016 Auburn fundraising dinner. The team of 8 interacted with Kibera WEEP graduates and newly enrolled women. The women shared their accounts of resilience and the transformation that the WEEP program has brought to their lives. The team members encouraged the ladies through […]