This project will build market shades in Mashuuru, buy beads, beads making materials for the economically challenged women and training them on new and good designs and on project monitoring and evaluation.
there are more than 150,000 economically inactive women in kajiado and over 80,000 of them have never attended school, this have made it difficult for them to get formal employment. even though they have the sole responsibility of providing basic needs and education to their children. Bead making is the most appropriate project because Kajiado is predominantly occupied by the maasai people and the women practice bead making at tender ages, leading to easy implementation of the project.
Supporting for the establishment of a quality beads project will help to reduce on the unemployment problem, provide and promote productive assets or opportunities that enable self- reliance among the women. This opportunity also will help to curb down the vicious and intergenerational cycle of poverty among children that tend to flow from one generation to another in the rural communities of Kajiado
The project will improve the lives of 5000 women, 1000 youth and 1000 children allowing them to raise out of poverty which will provide for their families, health, food education, shelter and well-being