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Congratulations Dr. Stellah Bosire-Otieno! October 19, 2017

Kenya Board of Trustee Dr. Stellah Bosire-Otieno Named #Top40Under40KE  Business Africa Daily named Dr. Stellah Bosire-Otieno one of Africa’s “Top 40 Under 40 in 2017” for her service as a human rights advocate and medical doctor in the health field. …

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 …

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 …

Watch Susan Mueni’s TV Interview on Her Upcoming Trip to London! May 31, 2016

Last December, we announced that Susan Mueni received an incredible opportunity to participate in the Queen’s Young Leaders Programme, a comprehensive leadership development program that will culminate in a 1-week visit to the UK this summer. And this visit isn’t …

Susan Mueni Is a Queen’s Young Leader! December 15, 2015

Susan Mueni is not one to back down from a challenge. When she heard from friends about the Queen’s Young Leaders Programme, a one-year program that recognizes exceptional young leaders from countries of the British Commonwealth, she decided to apply …

Bentado’s Clever Plan September 10, 2015

In a community where health misinformation is common, spreading the truth requires a lot of quick thinking and problem solving. And sometimes, quick thinking can save lives and prevent disease. Community Health Volunteers (CHVs) working with Carolina for Kibera can …

An Occupational Therapy Student’s Encounter with Kibera August 17, 2015

[Editor’s Note: As you will read, CFK welcomed 4 Occupational Therapy students and their professor to Kibera in June to conduct a needs and environment survey for people living with disabilities in Kibera. The project was a huge success and …

Meet New CFK-Kenya Board Member, Karen Austrian May 13, 2015

By: Nick Johnson, Communications and Fellowship Program Coordinator — Karen Austrian is no stranger to Carolina for Kibera. As the co-founder of its Daughters United program (Binti Pamoja), she has been involved with CFK since its inception. Now, after several …