Inua Binti

Inua Binti


The project has targeted young girls residing in the informal settlements and are economically disadvantaged from the high rate of
poverty. This has been catalyzed by increased cases of school dropout and Gender based violence to the young girls who indulge in early marriages. The girls are usually in constant quest for economic growth which makes majority of them practice small scale businesses like cloth selling, vegetable vending and shoe selling.


Majority of young women in Kawangware,Kayole,Kangemi and Kibra are semi- literate or not literate at all. The women lack financial support to start or boast their income generating activities, they lack financial support and literacy and are unlikely to propel themselves out of poverty by engaging in profitable ventures. The Seed Grant
Project(1) aims to provide young vulnerable women with business support to enable them engage in profit making activities as a way of empowering them economical to enable them live a dignified life.

Propel adaptation to change by income diversification through seed grants. Support income-generating, self-employment projects for poor women who are members of a self-help group. Small scale income generating project for financial empowerment and self -sufficiency are targeted with seed grants activities that reach enterprises owned, managed, and founded by women