Monthly Archives: October 2013

Interview with CFK Volunteer Liz Hall October 8, 2013

Liz volunteered in Kibera during the summer of 2009. She worked with Taka ni Pato (Trash is Cash), a community-managed solid waste management and recycling program. She worked with women’s and youth groups specifically to create small businesses that reuse …

A New, Permanent Space for Daughters United October 3, 2013

“Will I become successful in the future? Will I finish my education?  Who will listen to me? Why do I feel shameful about my body? Will we have supper tonight? Who can give me the support that I need? If …

Widespread, Yet Completely Preventable: Cervical Cancer in Kibera 

By: Suzanne Thomson, CFK Organizational Consultant — On the homepage of the Prevention International: No Cervical Cancer (PINCC) website you find a statistic in bold type, “Cervical cancer kills 300,000 women worldwide each year, even though it is completely preventable.”  …