Making Connections – Nafisika Trust, Working in Prisons

Nafisika Trust is an organization Tatua supports. They work in the prisons around Nairobi providing education, counceling and entreprenuership.

Vickie Wambura, founder of Nafisika, attended our training for trainers. Just the other day I met with her and she was telling me how their work is taking off and growing at an almost alarming rate. One thing she kept emphasizing was that everytime she meets with new organizations, partners or donors she always tells her story!

Public narrative is a skill taught in community organizing and at Tatua we see how it connects people all of the time, but it is a whole different thing to hear about another ground-up organization using it successfully in Kenya without the need for Tatua to be there.

Community organizing is spreading and working in Kenya. Be a part of the movement this month by donating to a campaign to send street children back to school. It is an initiative started by the community and run by the community! 

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