Monday, June 10, 2013

Our approach to tackle energy poverty as highlighted on ONE.org

Thursday, November 1, 2012

SUPPORT 50 YOUNG SHEPHERD GIRLS GET AN EDUCATION

We have been selected to participate in the Girl Effect Challenge. We need to raise funds from as many unique donors as possible by 30th November 2012. We believe you can help us do that.

CLICK HERE TO LEARN ABOUT MORE AND SUPPORT

We aim to help 50 shepherd girls in pastoral communities improve their lives through education. These girls are denied a chance to attend normal day time school so that they can herd livestock and perform other duties. We have convinced the parents to allow them to attend evening classes. We are therefore seeking funds to set up the classes, provide teachers, learning materials among other things.

DONATE, email your friends, post on your wall, tweet and even talk to everyone about our project. You can even start a fundraiser to support.

We appreciate your help to ensure 50 bright young girls get an education.

Friday, August 31, 2012

How we work with women to reduce the cycle of poverty

Our project to economically empower women in poor communities is implimentated in the following cycle:


Sunday, May 20, 2012

Enhancing Education for Knowledge warriors

SDFA Kenya is partnering with grassroot organizations in helping young kids attend special evening classes, dubbed "Shepherd Classes" in pastoral communities.

Bright kids, especially girls are denied an opportunity to attend normal school since they are required to take care of their animals during the day. We are helping them get a chance to learn through the shepherd classes. They attend this classes from 5pm to 9pm. We are providing them with our 'Mwangabora' solar lamps which they use at the school, to light their way back home, and at home.

watch this.. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3KBBKL9eZ0g

Join the conversation now..what will you do if you were denied a chance to attend a normal day time school?


Tuesday, July 13, 2010

VIRTUAL VILLAGE TOWN-THE FIRST OF ITS KIND

A village with high HIV/AIDS prevalence, full
of orphans, being taken care of by their old grand mothers, with NO
regular source of income and high poverty level, no health facility.This
village in Migori in Kenya needs your help. We want to transform
the village into a... virtual town by:...

1.providing lighting to homes and schools
2. providing clean water
3. building a health center
4. setting up fish farming projects to provide income.
5. Building toilets and other sanitation facilities.

we need your help to make this dream a reality.

MAKE YOUR DONATION AT: www.sustainabledevelopmentforall.org

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

HOW WE ARE LIFTING PEOPLE OUT OF POVERTY

We are helping set up economic ventures. Click here to learn more.

With the economic ventures we are helping set up, from the savings on money initially spent on kerosene, we are bringing hope to thousands of people.