Skills, Opportunity, Survival
in Kenya = SOSK

 
 
 
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The chance for a better future.

 
 
 
 
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Orphanage, Childcare and School

Close to 80% of Kenyan girls are abused before the age of 15. Most abuse occurs in the slums where the child is left alone while the parent works.

 

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Buildings and Resources

Fresh water, a training center and basic personal hygiene. Amongst many needs, these were identified as fundamental projects that once achieved would allow

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Skills Training

Financial independence is obtained by women who attain the skills in beading and sewing to gain an income.

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Prison Program

In the prison, women learn the skills of beading, sewing, basket-making and hair-dressing. With the classroom and workshop built by SOSK

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Protect orphans and
slum children.

Close to 80% of Kenyan girls are abused before the age of 15. Most abuse occurs in the slums where the child is left alone while the parent works, there was a need to provide a safe haven for slum children from birth through to secondary school. 

 
 
 
 
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