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CFK Welcomes US-Based Deputy Director, Shamecca Bryant February 16, 2017

2016 marked Carolina for Kibera’s 15th anniversary of providing community-driven programs that foster leadership and create opportunities in Kibera. In 2016, we celebrated our successes, looked toward the future, and acknowledged that there is so much yet to be done. …

At Imaging USA 2017, Give Your Old Camera to Children in Need! January 6, 2017

At CFK, we believe that girls should have the opportunity to develop their confidence, interests, and skills in a safe, fulfilling, and fun environment. When girls are empowered, they empower their community in return. To achieve this, our Binti Pamoja …

Home Visits with Esther November 27, 2016

By: Micaela Arneson, CFK Peacock Fellow — Recently I had the opportunity to tag along on a couple of “home visits” with Esther, one of the nutritionists at Carolina for Kibera’s Lishe Bora Mtaani Nutrition Center. Our destination was Gatwekera, …

#CleanHandsSaveLives November 21, 2016

Sometimes it’s the simple fixes – like washing your hands – that help keep you and your neighbors healthy. This is true in the United States, and it is just as true in Kibera. As CFK Community Health Project Officer, …

Meet Andrew Kiptum, Our New Monitoring & Evaluation Officer November 14, 2016

Andrew Kiptum doesn’t beat around the bush when it comes to measuring Carolina for Kibera’s impact. When you’re talking to community members, he explains, “The numbers don’t mean anything by themselves sometimes. You have to show the community how what …

A Strong Voice for Kiberans November 10, 2016

Jeff Mogire got his start in radio by happenstance. Through his participation in CFK’s Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) program, Jeff was offered a slot during the program’s show at nearby radio station, Pamoja FM. It was his first time …

How Bernice Links Design & Social Change October 3, 2016

Bernice knows that to make change, you must approach a problem from all angles. The problem she has always been compelled to solve is how to advocate for the rights of adolescent girls. When we interviewed Bernice—Bancy for short—in our …

Staff Reflection: Putting Community at the Forefront of Scholarship September 7, 2016

By: Jeffrey Okoro, Education Program Officer — This is the entrance to Olympic Primary School. It is arguably the most noteworthy school in Kibera, not only for its towering structure but also for the numerous academic accolades it has won …