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Women Empowerment

Women empowerment is the cornerstone of societal progress and equality. By granting women equal rights, opportunities, and resources, we unlock their full potential and contribute to the overall development of communities and nations. 

Empowered women are catalysts for positive change, driving innovation, economic growth, and social cohesion. Through education, access to healthcare, economic participation, and eliminating gender-based violence, we pave the way for a more just and inclusive society where every woman can thrive. Empowering women isn’t just a moral imperative; it’s an investment in a brighter, more sustainable future for all.

Mixed Gender Tournament

With the spirit to foster inclusivity and promote gender equality we organized the very first edition of football without borders mixed sex tournament. The aim of the tournament was to help our young boys and girls learn how to overcome gender barriers and install valuable skills of unity and gender balance. By encouraging the trend of mixed-gender competitions we are building passion and enthusiasm for the sports across all genders and most importantly end all forms of discrimination against women and girls. Although we had no awards for this event we are glad it was a success with many of the participants expressing anticipation for the next tournament. The success of the tournament is a testament to the fact that mixed gender
events are the future of sports.

Teen Pregnancy Awareness

One in five young adolescent girls in Kenya between the ages of 13- 19 years halt their education due to teenage pregnancy. To add salt to injury, pregnant adolescents face isolation, exposure to sexual ailments,stigma , risk of unsafe pregnancies and in the end poor mental health. We had a two day teenage pregnancy and prevention and intervention training delivered to our youth by Inspire Teenagers Foundation.

Empowering women one period at a time

We tried to keep our dream of ending period poverty alive this year by sewing and donating 20 reusable sanitary towels to the girls who needed them the most. We might not have enough funds to put into the program but we continue to strive to empower our girls, Menstrual Hygiene Management training and creating awareness against stereotypes and cultural practices. We marked the menstruation hygiene month by carrying out workshops and a woman empowerment tournament.
We acknowledge that a lot still needs to be done with this program but are happy that our director’s continued passion towards ending period poverty and empowering girls and women through sports. We will achieve our vision one period at a time!!

Gender Equality

Gender equality is the fundamental principle that all individuals, regardless of their gender, should have equal rights, opportunities, and treatment in all spheres of life. It entails challenging and dismantling social norms, stereotypes, and structures that perpetuate discrimination and inequality based on gender. Achieving gender equality requires addressing systemic barriers such as unequal access to education, healthcare, employment, and decision-making positions. It also involves promoting women’s rights, advocating for equal pay, and combating gender-based violence. True gender equality benefits everyone, creating a fairer, more inclusive society where individuals can fulfill their potential regardless of gender identity or expression.