Kenya  -

Tag and the Golden Girls Foundation of Kenya are leveraging water to improve education through better health and hygiene, upgraded nutrition and psychosocial support for girls and women in the rural Miwani division of Kisumu County, Kenya.

We introduced a pioneering rainwater harvesting system to provide clean and safe water for pupil use as well as educational purposes, such as a sustainable school garden. Previously, Tag provided advanced first aid training for a group of wildlife rangers from Kenya and medics from the Kenya Red Cross.

Kenya-Amir-on-roof

WATER WORKS FOR GIRLS’ EDUCATION AND EMPOWERMENT

Tag and the Golden Girls Foundation of Kenya are leveraging water to improve education through better health and hygiene, upgraded nutrition and psychosocial support for girls and women in the rural Miwani division of Kisumu County, Kenya. We introduced a pioneering rain water harvesting system to provide clean and safe water for pupil use as well as educational purposes, such as a sustainable school garden. In addition, rain water will be deployed for school sanitation, hygiene and nutrition by establishing a school kitchen and poultry garden.

Learn about the project

Additional Projects

Find yourself in your water world

Tag and the local Golden Girls Foundation of Kenya are empowering teachers with skills in water therapy, so as to establish a system to detecting and support traumatized pupils and enabling them to learn to the best of their abilities.

Learn about the project

Wildlife Ranger Training

Wildlife rangers are brave individuals who protect beautiful wild animals from increasingly well armed and vicious poachers driven by the lucrative market for animal body parts. Despite this, many wildlife rangers are operating without having had basic first aid training,

Learn about the project

On the ground in Kenya with Golda Adoyo

Leveraging Water to Empower Girls and Women in Kenya The following answers are from Golda Adoyo, founder and Director of Golden Girls Foundation in Kenya. Why is the project important? Kano is a hardship area – floods followed by long

Learn about the project

On the ground in Kenya with Yael Livneh Faingezicht

Leveraging Water to Empower Girls and Women in Kenya Yael Livneh Faingezicht, the Water Play Therapist who, along with rain harvester Amir Yehieli, and project manager Yossi Offer, played an integral role in the pilot. Yael’s responses: “I worked mostly

Learn about the project

  • Elderly Are Inspired by Tag to Share Globally - I love it when projects take an unexpected twist. I know that plan... http://t.co/G95p2CDj1u
  • Do we really make a difference? - During Tag’s recent trip to Indonesia we learned something quite gratifyin... http://t.co/zVMZlfEHf8
  • Tag agronomist spends 3 months at Agohozo Shalom Youth Village in Rwanda, introducing #sustainable agriculture innovations
  • Tag experts in Kenya to provide modern #beekeeping workshop for #sustainabledevelopment
  • Tag sponsors participation of GGF Program Developer from Kenya in MASHAV modern #beekeeping course in Israel http://t.co/bijUIzJW4k
  • Tag expert impacts 1,000 high school and university students in Vietnam with innovative approaches to #roadsafety
  • In Community Resilience on the Frontline project Tag and Azerbaijan #RedCresent Society distributed 3,000 Kinder Kits to schoolchildren
  • Tag and Jordan Red Crescent Society partner on Women’s Health and Empowerment Center in Amman, Jordan http://t.co/JKpi9kHe4d
  • Tag & Hunger Relief International to initiate sustainable health & nutrition project for children in Guatemala’s Dry Corridor...
  • In Art for Resilience project in Sri Lanka Tag and Ve’ahavta distributed 2,500 Kinder Kits to kids in disaster prone areas...

Sign up to get email updates about our work