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Education & Healthcare

Improving the lives of women and children affected by HIV.

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Pepo la Tumaini

Pepo la Tumaini

Education & Healthcare - Improving the lives of women and children affected by HIV.

2 weeks ago

Pepo la Tumaini
Pepo La Tumaini Jangwani means the Wind of Hope in the Desert. You can find us in the Northeastern region of Kenya. Since 1994, our work has led to tangible and life-changing outcomes, supporting over 100,000 marginalised people in Isiolo to transform their lives and uplift their communities. We have witnessed increased qualifications and skills, improved life chances, and better mental health and well-being for both children and adults. It all starts with respect. #respect #respectyourself ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Pepo la Tumaini
Welcoming new partners in health with Egmont Trust, supporting us to deliver our community health outreach programmes this year. Our inclusive health outreach approach tackles stigma and discrimination by caring for those who are sick and engaging in challenging debates about harmful cultural norms. Our efforts have resulted in reductions in domestic violence, sexual abuse, and a heightened awareness of HIV. We build community leadership by training beneficiaries to become health volunteers and we nurture self-help groups for social and economic empowerment. In this way, Pepo La Tumaini is a centre for peace and preparedness and a symbol of hope for those whose circumstances deny them a second chance. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Pepo la Tumaini
Friday assembly: At Pepo la Tumaini Jangwani, we are on a mission to change lives, restore dignity, and ignite hope in the heart of Isiolo, Kenya. We are a unique, locally led, community-based organization with a deep commitment to providing support, healing, and empowerment to children and families whose lives have been profoundly affected by HIV. ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

Pepo la Tumaini
Our nursery and lower primary school offer a day schooling option for local children from the surrounding slum areas between the ages of 3 - 10 years old. These children come from single-mother households suffering from extreme economic poverty. They are responsible for the care of their younger siblings, acting as the heads of their families, while their mothers look for work. ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

Pepo la Tumaini
Our unique rehabilitative boarding school programme caters for children at risk of abuse, neglect, and abandonment between the ages of 10-18 years old. We use a mother and youth care network of previous school mothers and former pupils to identify vulnerable families and children heading households who are eligible for our school. ... See MoreSee Less
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