We spent some time talking with Michelle about being a University student during a time of COVID-19. She shares her perspective with us here!

“The Corona Virus has made schools and Universities to close, this has forced us to shift from regular lessons to online learnin...

You might have seen her on television, Good Morning Kenya (KBC Channel 1 in Kenya) as an Author or even on the BBC representing a lady motorbike club, but did you know she is at The Angaza Project from time to time? Previously, Anne has been a guest speaker for the Gir...

June 16th is an important day in Africa! It is the Day of the African Child and every year we celebrate along with so many other organizations serving within the continent. This year is definitely different though..... COVID-19 has put our large gatherings on hold so i...

June 16th is an important day in Africa! It is the Day of the African Child and every year we celebrate along with so many other organizations serving within the continent. This year is definitely different though..... COVID-19 has put our large gatherings on hold so i...

June 9, 2020

One of our Shining Scholars in Kenya, Priscar (Form 4), loves to write. She is always in her journal writing her thoughts and she has a talent in poetry. She has another one that she shared with us about COVID-19, but we will share that later on. We hope you enjoy her...

April 21, 2020

Board Director Juan and his wife Rosario along with a few volunteers were able to successfully pack and deliver food care bags to the women in the community in Mexico. 23 women/their families were served. We also want to thank our friend Miss Emma for her support and w...

There are so many excellent quotes about leadership floating around out there, but these here really stand out.

“The true test of leadership is how well you function in a crisis “ – Brian Tracy

“Anyone can lead when the plan is working. The best lead when the plan falls...

Since our Maridadi Skills Teachers re-purposed the skills space to mask making from the COVID-19 outbreak, they have made 480 masks to date using the fabrics and materials the friends of The Angaza Project provided. 

We continue to give them out in the community fo...

Planning and organization are key, especially when carrying out work in the community. Yesterday in Kibera, there was an unfortunate situation that occurred at the District Office where an unplanned food distribution took place resulting in chaos, leaving many injured....

We want to share our appreciation for the Kibera News Network for having stopped by the project to peer in to see what we were doing. Reporter Joshua was able to see our Maridadi Skill Teachers making masks where they were chalk marking the pattern, cutting, pinning an...

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