Inua Kike is about empowering every woman to reach potential vision, goal and value by giving all women the necessary support that they need.
It provides these women with; education, trainings, entrepreneurship, reproductive health and life skills with an aim of giving them chances in both formal and non formal employment sector.
Inua Kike is a community organization based in Nairobi, Kenya. It seeks to empower marginalized women between the ages of 15 to 35 living in the urban non-formal settlements.
It provides these women with: education, trainings, entrepreneurship, reproductive health and life skills with an aim of giving them chances in both formal and non formal employment sector.
We give them support at the grassroots level and on the national and international level, to change their life for the better tomorrow Inua Kike tries to support every woman from single mothers to every school girl in the community.
It’s about levelling the playing field, equalising the opportunities, and developing the role of women every woman in the society from education and social lives, so that we can all play a full and active role in community life and the economy.
- Studies show that those with a high school diploma have access to more opportunities than those who don’t this is particularly true for women in Kenya.
- According to Nation Newsplex report of 2015, only 2 out of 5 students reach form 4. Statistics show that students that drop out of school miss out on training and educational opportunities that require at least a secondary school certificate. Therefore, they are likely to earn less in their lifetime, reducing them to low-income jobs and low living standards. This outcome is even heavier when it comes to women.
- In Kenya, 50% of women do not graduate from high school. Many due to issues such as early childbirth, forced marriages, poverty, and the fact that women are not as valued to receive education in most cultures in Kenya as men are.
- Inua Kike’s Somesha Kike program seeks to support motivated women who were not able to sit for and pass their KCSE, with test preparation, social guidance, and a community to successfully receive their papers and use that as a foundation for social mobility to every woman who is ready to learn
- Provide a channel for women to gain necessary papers to enter higher education
- Aid with academic and financial support to see women through entire process of sitting for and successfully completing Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE)
- Support women from underprivileged backgrounds to obtain social and economical mobility.