Madini embarks on strategies to help families achieve self-sustenance.
A charitable foundation started to support and empower youths in Kenyan informal settlements. The foundation based in Nairobi conducts outreach activities, identifies and provides for the needs of young people in counties across the country. The provision of skills training, resources and guidance helps young people in achieving socioeconomic independence and freeing themselves from the shackles of poverty.
“I slept and dreamt that life was joy. I awoke and saw that life was service. I acted and behold, service was joy” ~R. Tagore”
Watch this space for the next Skills Training in 2019
Watch this space for the next date for the monthly distribution of sanitary towels.
Watch out for the next intake for our Academic support program.
Madini focuses on equipping its clients with the hands-on training useful in starting and running successful businesses as a source of income. Some of the training areas include; beadwork, tailoring, sandal-making, rug making, and Mitumba business among others.
Madini provides resources such as school books, shoes, uniforms and bags to ensure children unable to afford the resources are provided for and continue with their education without challenges.
Madini identifies girls unable to afford sanitary towels. It organizes the monthly provision of sanitary towels, soap, tissue paper and cotton panties
Madini embarks on strategies to help families achieve self-sustenance through training and investing in viable business ideas and food programs.
Counseling services are provided to young people and families facing a variety of life challenges and unable to afford mental health services.
Madini focuses on equipping its clients with the hands-on training useful in starting and running successful businesses as a source of income
Training of young people and their families on life issues and strategies to deal with mental health challenges
At Madini we strive to help young people overcome the social and economic barriers that prevent them from achieving their dreams and becoming self-reliant members of the society.