Post Office Box 914

Princeton, North Carolina 27569 

©2018 by The Angaza Project.

We would love to thank Operation Smile for their invitation to be a speaker at their Annual Global Leadership Conference held at Wake Forest University on July 18th. The conference theme this year was "Chaos, finding adventure in the face of adversity" and we had a gre...

We are excited to announce that our Founder is returning to the ground in Kenya for several weeks! It is a longer trip than usual which will allow for more time with the skills classes, girls and women's empowerment classes, and our Shining Scholars. Our Shining Schola...

We are excited to celebrate another High School Partnership for our Shining Scholars in Kibera, Kenya! This is our 7th with two more on the way over this summer!

Not long ago, we shared a blog post about empowering the girls through education, but also doing so by obtai...

Goodbye's are always difficult, but it is a short one! Leah left North Carolina and is making her way back to Maasailand in Kenya. Soon, she will be touching down on the runway in Nairobi, but so will we! We are excited to be heading back to the ground in Kenya again a...

The Angaza Project is excited to welcome Leah from Maasailand this week to our Founder’s home in North Carolina. Our Founder, Jennifer Wiley, has been a part of this particular Maasai community in Kenya since 2013 and the women of the local church there are always a jo...

Shining Scholars Sponsorship | Kenya | Kibera

One of the ways in which we empower the younger women in Kenya is through education. After many years of being in the community and learning how the school system works in Kenya, High School education still has many barriers...

World Day is something we are excited to celebrate with so many other people and organizations.... around the world! The UN General Assembly declared May 21st as World Day in 2002. Including 2002 and for the last 18 years, this day has been dedicated to the focus upon...

May 18, 2019

Our First Annual Event was a success thanks to all of our supporters and volunteers! Our theme for this year's event was Shine! Did you know that Angaza means Shine in Kiswahili (the official language in Kenya)? 

We would like to thank Idlewild Baptist Church in Matthew...

Every Saturday, we host a Girls Empowerment Workshop in Kibera, Kenya. Recently, one of our Volunteers & Girls Empowerment Committee Leaders (Kayla Recck, Therapist for the Charleston County School District, South Carolina) authored a 16 week lesson plan book that cove...

Kibera, Kenya | Our Girls Empowerment program had an amazing opportunity today with the Kenya Medical Research Institute (KMRI) of Nairobi for a tour of their facility and time for Q&A with the researchers about their jobs and what it took to reach that position. 

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