Because Only Together We Can
Build a World Where All Youth Are Safe, Strong & Valued
Who We Are
UCESCO Africa is a charity Non-Governmental Organization, committed to incrementally and sustainably address poverty amongst vulnerable households located in slums and rural villages. We empower local Women to serve the poor and vulnerable, creating sustainable transformation in their communities.
We empower them, and link them with communities and work towards avenues that generate sustainable income. Bringing new opportunities to build schools, create cooperatives, form community savings schemes, fund micro-businesses, access healthcare, food security, raise school fees; aiming to permanently transform their lives, which will contribute towards the development of Africa as Continent to be a Center of excellence.
Families and individuals within these communities, desire change: they long for adequate food, good health, education, and a secure life. They feel hopeless in their current situation, but lack the knowledge and resources to change. They deserve to live a life free from poverty
What We Do
— We Build Networks
We already have 268 organized Women groups actively involved in empowering activities; voluntary savings and loans, handcrafting and small business and group farming
— We Strengthen
Since 2010, we have conducted 20 water, sanitation, and hygiene community education campaigns
— FOOD SECURITY
UCESCO targets to give an alternative farming method in affected communities. Our Greenhouse project will provide both immediate and long term food relief for our vulnerable communities.
— We Provide Care
Through the partnership with local clinics, we served a total of 289,258 clients in Kibera and Mathare on primary health and preventative care, child immunizations, comprehensive HIV care, family planning, Dental screening, and child nutrition
— We Educate
UCESCO has identified 180 community based schools within the communities we are serving. To help them refurbish and expand our classrooms. Our objective is to create enough classroom and chairs to create enough social distancing for our children in school.
— FARMERS TRAINING
Helping vulnerable women in Bongoma
Kisii and Migori, create sustainable farm
businesses to feed their families and
Kyle is from Kenya, one of the beneficiaries of the School
Now, the School has 3 new classes almost complete, I also hope that the Kitchen, latrines, and library will be improved with more comfortable and desks and studying areas, playground, and more books for revision
GEM Wellington School Family UAE
When GEM Wellington School family from United Arab Emirate (UAE) visited us , it was unfortunate that they witnessed the bad state our school was in, despite our tireless efforts to make it as presentable as possible