Meet the Mamas

The Rift Valley Women’s Group (RVWG) is an initiative aimed at empowering women in our community through skills-based training and economic opportunity. This program provides materials, training, business development and support to participants who create and sell products to the local market. 

Meet the Mamas of the Rift Valley Women’s Group

Meet the Mamas

Anastazia Tlaa

“Being part of RVWG has allowed me to send one of my children to college and one to secondary school. The program has also helped me make improvements to my house such as installing tap water and building a toilet.”

Meet the Mamas

Bertha Jacob

“Being part of RVWG has allowed me to provide a better life for my six children and invest in their education. The program has also allowed me to open up a successful shop in Oldeani selling raw textiles and sewing supplies.”

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Coletha Aloyie

Being part of RVWG has allowed me to give my four children a safe and clean place to grow up. The program has also allowed me to make improvements to my house, cultivate crops, and pay for one of my children’s medical expenses and treatments.”

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Emeliana Atlaro

Being part of RVWG allowed me to break free from working in the coffee plantations. The program has allowed me to provide a better life for my seven children, and send two of them to secondary school.”

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Flaviana Kapalysia

“Being part of RVWG has allowed me to provide a better life for my parents and pay for the school fees and supplies of my two youngest siblings. The program has also helped me pay for my own studies.”

Meet the Mamas

Lucia Ezekiel

“Being part of RVWG has allowed me to provide a better life for my mother and my four children, of which three are in primary school. The program has also helped me start my own business selling sweaters in Oldeani.”

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Manka Fabiano

“Being part of RVWG has allowed me to send my two eldest children to school, one of which is in college. The program has also helped boost my confidence by allowing me to independently provide a better life for my family.” 

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Margareth Damian

“Being part of RVWG allowed me to build a brick house for my family and provide a safer and more comfortable place to raise my two children. The program has also helped me set aside money for their future school fees.”

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Marietha Shauri

Being part of RVWG allowed me to build a new brick house and provide a safer and more comfortable place to raise my four children. The program has also helped me send my eldest child to secondary school.” 

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Mery Emanury

Being part of RVWG has allowed me to independently feed my family, build a safer home for my three children, and send my first daughter to college. The program has also helped me improve and grow my small shop in Oldeani.”

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Paulina Mulda

“Being part of RVWG has allowed me to provide a better life for my three children and pay for the medical expenses and treatments of one of them. The program has also helped me to invest in a few farm animals.”

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Rose Agustino

Being part of RVWG has allowed me to provide a better life for my five children and send my eldest child to secondary school.  The program also helped me put money aside to purchase and raise farm animals.”

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Rose Gabriel

“Being part of RVWG has allowed me to independently provide a better life for my four children and send one of them to secondary school. The program has also allowed me to make improvements to my house.”

Meet the Mamas

Sukarina Simon

“Being part of RVWG has allowed me to independently provide a better life for my six children. The program has also helped me send my eldest child to school and set aside money for school fees and supplies for the future.”

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Victoria Mulda

“Being part of RVWG has allowed me to provide a better life for my family and send my three children to primary school. The program has also allowed me to raise money to cultivate a variety of crops.”