Our mission is to build the capacity of the people of Lwala to advance their own comprehensive well-being.
Thanks to our allies, the Lwala Community Alliance recently won a $10,000 grant (4,200,000 KES) towards empowering girls and women in Lwala.
Cultivate Wines had chosen Lwala as a finalist in its quarterly GIVE campaign, which ran for 6 weeks in September and October. A total of 30 causes were selected for the campaign, and winners were determined through online voting. Individuals had the opportunity to vote once a day throughout the campaign for the cause of their choice. The cause with the most votes received $50,000 and the 5 runners-up each received $10,000. Due to the faithful voting of so many of our friends, the Lwala Community Alliance finished in 4th place with 5,686 votes! The $10,000 we will receive from Cultivate will be directed towards our programs in girls’ education and in economic development with our women’s sewing cooperative. We are grateful for the opportunity to participate in the GIVE Campaign and for the dozens of people who pushed us into a winning position. Thank you!
You can help us sustain our existing programs and roll out further initiatives by making a donation now.
March 10th, 2014
The Earth Institute features Lwala Community Alliance as a part of their One Million Community Health Workers Campaign. Thank you Jeffrey Sachs and Sonia Sachs for highlighting the life-saving work of Community Health Workers in Lwala.
Check out our post, authored by Mercy Owuor, Deputy Program Director: http://1millionhealthworkers.org/2014/03/10/notes-from-the-field-overcoming-challenges-in-chw-recruitment/
One Million Community Health Workers | Notes from the Field: Overcoming Challenges in CHW...
Notes from the Field: Overcoming Challenges in CHW RecruitmentMarch 10, 2014 9:26 amLwala Community Alliance is a non-governmental organization whose mission is to build the capacity of the people of North Kamagambo, Kenya to improve their own comprehensive well-being. One of the key programs is in…