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Zoe Blossom

KTN News Features Kakenya’s Dream Work on GBV

This month, against the backdrop of the UN’s 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence, leading Kenyan TV network KTN News featured our work to support survivors and end gender-based violence through community education, sensitization, and soon, the provision of health services.  As we prepare to open our community’s first health clinic next year, we

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Pioneer Class Establishes Kakenya’s Dream Alumni Network

Graduating isn’t the end of a student’s journey—it’s only the beginning.   Our job at Kakenya’s Dream isn’t finished when our students graduate high school or university. Our ultimate goal is to empower a generation of girls to achieve lifelong success and fulfillment, and to do that, they need continuing support after graduation and beyond.

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Pop-up Clinic to Promote Community Health

Healthy girls come from healthy communities. At Kakenya’s Dream, we believe there is an important relationship between community health and women’s empowerment. When communities have access to health education, information, and medical services, people are better equipped to protect their bodies and make informed decisions about their health and future – particularly women and girls.

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Kakenya’s Dream Wins Community Building Award!

Last week, Kakenya’s Dream won Public Interest Registry’s 2023 .ORG Impact Award for Community Building!   The annual .ORG Impact Awards celebrate individuals and organizations whose mission-driven work tackles a range of global challenges to make the world a better place. Kakenya’s Dream is honored to have been recognized among nearly 1,000 formidable organizations from

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Dialogue for Transformation: How to End Harmful Cultural Practices

At Kakenya’s Dream, we’re on a mission to end harmful cultural practices, like child marriage and female genital mutilation (FGM), that violate girls’ rights and undermine their access to education. But these issues are extremely sensitive and can be difficult to talk about. So how do we go about addressing these topics with the communities

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