2019 has been another milestone year in our journey to bring education to girls in underprivileged communities.
See Dr Kakenya Ntaiya speak about her achievements and the wide-reaching benefits of educating Maasai girls in her latest TED Talk.
Two of our young scholars sat down with Good Weekend’s Amanda Hooton to talk about how education is creating change for them and their communities.
Attended by supporters, mentors, and corporate donors, the Women for Change Highlights Night provided a review of the last 6 months for Kekenya’s graduates.
Attending the LBW Annual Dinner event, our students from Kenya shared their stories of settling into a new city, country, university and culture.
Reflecting on what has been a very successful year, Women for Change would like to wish all of our supporters a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
In 2018, Women for Change launched the Standing on Our Shoulders campaign. The program created a network of empowered women to support each other and work together to raise funds for the education of women.
The LBW Trust, in partnership with Women for Change, is currently supporting its first cohort of graduating students at the Kakenya Center for Excellence (KCE) in Kenya. In August, a group representatives visited.
Dr Kakenya Ntaiya has often dreamt of the day when the girls from her school graduate and join universities. Now her dream has come true.
This week two young Maasai women, Sharon and Magdelene, who have been awarded scholarships, have arrived in Sydney as they prepare for university life.