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As you may know, our Maridadi Skills class has been working on beading and then sewing them into the flip flops with Teacher George. Our Founder has known George for almost 8 years now and with his talent and skills in sewing and shoe making, he became the teacher for...

Pamoja, we must be! Pamoja is a Kiswahili word for united and we are grateful to be connected with so many other NGO's, CBO's and/or organizations in Kenya and now around East Africa. We became a member of the Pamoja Circle a few weeks ago which is a circle of NGO's, C...

The World Health Organization labeled the corona virus as a global pandemic and around the world, action is being taken. The level of action has not been the exact same nor at the same exact time in every place. Friday we met for Maridadi Skills class and yesterday we...

In early February, we shared the exciting news that The Angaza Project was nominated to receive a Diversity and Inclusion Award (Category N1) from the Daima Trust of Kenya. Two weeks ago, we received the news that we were a selected organization to receive the award in...

Today, March 8, 2020, is International Women's Day and The Angaza Project is grateful to be part of the overall voice with so many other amazing organizations around the world that have the same heart! 

"Gender equality is essential for economies and communities to...

February 8, 2020

The Angaza Project received word that we were nominated for the Daima Trust's National Diversity and Inclusion Award for the category of "promoting programs that contribute to gender equality and women's empowerment. The DIAR 2020 Award (The National Diversity and Incl...

January 27, 2020

We are excited to share that we have formed a research committee and the Chair of the committee is Dr. Carol Huynh. 

Dr. Huynh is an Assistant Professor in Criminal Justice within the UNC University System. She earned her PhD in Criminal Justice and her Masters in Psych...

January 25, 2020

We have more exciting news to share! Our Lead Advisor to Girls Empowerment received a National award for 2019 for the 2019 Corporation of National & Community Service with the Points of Light Office. In December, Kayla Lewis was nominated for this award for her service...

January 9, 2020

The Angaza Project would like to congratulate Board Director & Sponsorship Advisor, Kylee Henneman. Earlier in 2019, The Angaza Project submitted her service record and activities for consideration of the 2019 Award for The Corporation of National & Community Service a...

December 31, 2019

Happy New Year to all of our friends! 2019 has been a very busy year and YOU have had quite an impact on our services areas in Kibera, Kenya and Hidalgo, Mexico. The details will be in our 2019 Annual Report that will be published before the end of January, but we want...

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