Slum Girls: End Period Poverty in Nairobi slums! Our facilitator explaining menstrual health Sickbay in Korogocho Our girls outside the school in Korogocho slum

Twins International Kenya

Org #37263
Vetted since 2016
2012
year founded
$3,894
raised on GlobalGiving
1
year fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Twins International's projects are carried out to ensure that more and more orphaned or vulnerable children in Kenya have access to school education, vocational trainings and tools to give them a worthy future and escape from the harsh reality of the slums. Particular attention is paid to the fight against HIV/AIDS, ensuring medical care for each of our beneficiaries who have contracted the virus. We are very committed to spread awareness on gender-based violence and thus we stress the need to let our girls have a voice and claim the right to equality, which is all too often denied among the populations of developing countries. Twins International operates directly on projects in Kenya ... read more

Projects (2)

Project Leaders
Tania Corazza
Tania Corazza
Team
Valentina Cislacchi, Maria Sofia Negri, Francesca Galliulo, Tania Corazza
Organization Information
P.O BOX 679-00606
Sarit Centre
Nairobi, 00606
Kenya
+393911780067
Organization Information
P.O BOX 679-00606
Sarit Centre
Nairobi, 00606
Kenya
+393911780067

Project Reports

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Sep 20, 2021
Reproductive Health at school!
A big part of our plan to end period poverty in Nairobi slums consists of integrating reproductive health and menstrual hygiene courses into the kids' curriculum.  This is an important step...
Sep 15, 2021
Sickbay in the schools for the kids and families!
Our kids' health keeps being the number 1 priority especially now that they're back to school for good!  This is why we decided to create two sickbays inside our slum's schools: a place where the...
May 24, 2021
Another lockdown.. but our kids are safe!
One year has gone by since the beginning of the pandemic, and the past few months have been very complicated for our Community in the slums of Nairobi. The school term had just ended on March 18th and...
 
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