Women Economic Empowerment

  Jeremy Riro   Feb 04, 2016   Quote   2 Comments

kuku“An old Ghanian proverb says “Educate a man and you educate one person; educate a woman and you educate the nation!”. At Kuku Kienyeji Farm we firmly believe that by empowering women economically, we are indeed empowering the whole community economically. Women are not only the best custodians of wealth in our societies, but the best stewards who ensure the wealth is equitably distributed to cater for all social-economic needs of the family unit including nutrition, healthcare, education, savings & investment as well as other development projects at the micro-economic level.

You can always trust an economically empowered mother to improve the living standards of her family now and invest for a brighter future for her children, hence helping in reducing poverty today and sustainably creating wealth for our future generations. That is why we are committed to economically empowering our mothers in rural communities and urge other young men in Africa to join us in the good course to end poverty and create wealth sustainably in Africa.” – Kuku Kienyeji Farm, Kenya.


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