Through her extensive work with urban slum communities in Kenya, Woman’s Hope founder Consolata Waithaka saw that the most vulnerable women and girls– often fell through the gaps of protection, education and empowerment.
Understanding the risk of exploitation and abuse facing urban girls in Kenya, Consolata wanted to take action. Together with friend and with the support of her co-founders, they set out to create a one-of- a-kind community for women and girls to learn, grow, and become leaders in their own right. In 2007, they launched Woman’s Hope Kenya.
Over a decade later, woman’s Hope has served thousands of women and girls through our Holistic Empowerment Model. The campaign is a celebration of 10 years of work with and for women and a call for support from friends to support us as we embark on another decade of great work.
Our anticipated impact with your support
With your support we will work to empower 400 girls to join our programs. our programs are designed to ensure that we transform the lives of women and girls living in urban slums. The programs provide a platform to educate bright but needy girls, work with young women to gain skills that prepare them for job readiness, support our women handicraft artisans and builds a movement of smart teenage girls ready to take on the world.