“After running a girls program in my community for 6 years, I realized that there was a great need for a safe space for the girls to articulate the issues in our society. Maisha safe house idea started in my small house, the idea kept on growing in me as a girl child and then as a young womens’ rights defender. Having been brought up in Majengo slum, i felt it ideal to use my house as a temporary shelter and a safe space for fellow vulnerable girls.
I early on understood that when girls come to the safe house, they’re usually at their wit’s end— frustrated and don’t know where or who to turn to. All they needed at the time was an assuring voice of hope and a shoulder to lean and cry on. I was always willing to share the little love, hope and resources with my sisters in their time of need”
WHAT WE DO
Help Kenyan youth be joyful in their existence, so that in their struggle, they know hope, in their poverty they know joy, and more. So while waiting for your support, they know the presence of God.
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