As the #Covid19 pandemic continues to surge into the community, many people have lost their livelihood. In Kawangware slums the story is not different. RHYCO beneficiaries through parental empowerment program were lucky to receive support from Marafiki Trust, to start up small scale businesses in their neighbourhood for sustainability. This initiative will enable
Real Hope Community Youth Organisation has been supporting over 60 families in Kawangware Slums in Nairobi with monthly food package since March till to date. This is in an effort to give hope to families that have been affected by the effects of the COVID 19. All this is made possible
We have been working around the clock to sensitize adolescent girls and young mothers on menstrual health hygiene, teenage pregnancies, early marriages and FGM amidst #Covid19 pandemic. We have also supported them with sanitary towels, pants, soaps and reusable masks. #okoamtaa This was made possible through the support from united way worldwide grant on
Nairobi, Kenya: Real Hope Community Youth Organization (RHYCO) in response to Covid-19 intervention has been supporting vulnerable families in Kawangware and Kibera slums in Nairobi Kenya with foodstuff, distribution of clean drinking water, re-usable mask and dignity packs in the targeted informal settlements since June 2020. The project is implemented
24 former street children of Kawangware who underwent rehabilitation and reintegration to their families have a story to tell. Today marked their first day in school after a successful placement. Special thanks to Liz Turnbull and Nicola Guise who have been relentless in their pursuit to brighten the future of these special ones which
On the 13th of March 2019, Rhyco beneficiaries participated for the first time in sporting activities at Kabiro grounds. They had lots of fun and managed to fundraise for the program.
Training other organization on making paper mache, puppet, basketry and beadwork