Our mission is to build the capacity of the people of Lwala to advance their own comprehensive well-being.
Salama Pamoja (Safety Together) Mentoring Program from Lwala Community Alliance on Vimeo. According to the recent Violence Against Children in Kenya survey, 3 out of 10 females aged 18-24 experience sexual violence prior to age 18. This issue was propelled into the local spotlight due to several reported incidences of gender-based violence in the Lwala [...]
In Lwala’s catchment area, girls’ educational achievement lags behind boys’. Parents are much less likely to invest in girls’ education than boys and, as a result, girls often drop out of school at a young age. In Migori County, out of 100 girls, only 60 will complete 8th grade and only 17 will complete high [...]
April 15th, 2014
Lwala Community Alliance would like to thank our supporters at Harpeth Hall School, who have partnered with us to provide scholarship items in the form of locally made school uniforms for 1,100 girls in classes 6-8. Thank you, Harpeth Hall, for inspiring Lwala’s girls to work hard and stay in school!