Empowering Urban Communities: A Successful Chapter in the Resilient Recovery Project for Vulnerable Mothers in Nairobi’s Mathare Slums.

The success of the Resilient Recovery Project in Mathare’s Mashimoni ward underscores the transformative impact of community empowerment. Through practical training and a resilient spirit, vulnerable mothers and fathers are not merely recipients of assistance but active contributors to their own betterment.

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Transformative Impact: AWAK and Croda Foundation’s Collaborative Triumph in The Slums of Nairobi,Kenya.

AWAK had the distinct honor of hosting our esteemed donors,The Croda Foundation, for the Resilient Recovery Project – RRP Project in a significant event in Nairobi County, where our dedicated field team, led by our National Executive Chair lady, accompanied the Executive Director of Croda Foundation, Mr. Rommel Moseley, and Grant Associate, Mr. Ben Smitton, got to visit beneficiaries from Korogocho and Kawangware slums – the heart of the RRP Project.

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Revolutionizing Agriculture: AWAK’s Inspiring Impact at Mombasa ASK Show 2023

AWAK showcased the inspiring success stories of project participants who have been sponsored through the Coca Cola Foundation initiative. These individuals are actively involved in practices that promote Food Security & Nutrition, Food processing/Value addition, and Clean Energy Through techniques like Urban farming, Baking, and Briquettes making, they are transforming their lives and making a real impact on their communities. AWAK in collaboration with the Mombasa County Government Department of Blue Economy Agriculture and Livestock won three awards in the agriculture category.

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Strathmore University and USAID Partner with AWAK to Rollout the Kenya Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Project.

AWAK embarks on a transformative partnership with Strathmore University and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) through the Kenya Small Business Development Center (SBDC) project to support beneficiaries enterprises

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AWAK, in partnership with Coca Cola Coastal Bottlers, unveil empowerment initiative for mothers and youths in slum communities

Coca Cola Coastal Bottlers Kenya, recognizing the potential of women and youth entrepreneurs, has initiated a program aimed at supporting start-ups. This program offers cooler boxes and Coca-Cola products to budding entrepreneurs.