n a joyous celebration in Mathare’s Mashimoni ward, the Association of Women in Agriculture Kenya marked a significant milestone—the graduation of participants in the Resilient Recovery Project (RRP). This transformative initiative has been instrumental in empowering vulnerable mothers and fathers in the urban informal settlements of Mathare.
AWAK proudly celebrated the achievements of the 1st Cohort of the Real Gifts Project. The participants, who exhibited commendable dedication and active involvement throughout the training sessions, were honored with certificates of participation and equipped with essential starter kits to kick start their transformative journey.
AWAK proudly honored the achievements of the 3rd and 4th Cohorts of participants who successfully completed the Resilient Recovery Project (RRP). Under this transformative initiative, these resilient mothers and fathers engaged in a diverse range of training activities, including urban farming, food processing (baking), clean energy (briquettes making), business development skills, and mental wellness.
Mothers from Korogocho slum Nairobi graduate from the Resilient Recovery project receive gifts and start up kits
Resilient Recovery Project (RRP) reaches a significant milestone as AWAK celebrates the successfull Graduation of Phase 3 Cohort 1 participants
In a triumphant event that marked a significant milestone in the lives of vulnerable mothers residing in urban informal settlements, the Association of Women in Agricultures Kenya (AWAK) held a remarkable graduation ceremony for the participants of the Resilient Recovery for Vulnerable Mothers Living in the Urban Informal Settlements Project
Women Economic Empowerment Project☑️October Class graduation Ceremony What a day…😍🤩🏆🏅💐Congratulations to all 328 October beneficiaries from Bamburi Ward, for successfully completing all the sessions within ‘Resilient Recovery program for vulnerable mothers living in urban informal settlements