Halima Shabani, joined SHOFCO’s employability program in 2017. She says: “I gained a lot of skills including the ability to dress accordingly, organize myself, develop a curriculum vitae and also the ability to communicate better. One thing I always appreciate for the employability training is that it opened my eyes to start seeing business ideas in my environment.…
SHOFCO and the Mastercard Foundation to provide COVID-19 support to 1.35 million people living in urban slums in Kenya-
SHOFCO and the Mastercard Foundation have launched a partnership under the Mastercard Foundation COVID-19 Recovery and Resilience Program that is building the resilience of communities in 10 urban slums in Kenya during the COVID-19 pandemic. The three-month partnership started in mid-May 2020 and has since reached 249,116 households with 807,125 people against a target of 1,350,000 people. “SHOFCO…
Recently, Kennedy Odede spoke to Politico on COVID-19, saying access to a coronavirus vaccine is important for everyone, but it’s crucial for urban slums like Kibera, a sprawling slum area in Nairobi, Kenya. Read more here.
Achieving Gender Equality is not a Journey of Competition but a Journey of Completion to Make the World a Better Place-
My name is Pauline Juma and I was born and raised in the Kibera slums of Nairobi, Kenya. I am a survivor of sexual and gender-based violence, having been raped at the age of 16 years and at the age of 19 found myself in a violent marriage. When I joined SHOFCO in 2014, I had self-esteem issues…
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