COVID-19 Appeal For Women On The Frontline

For many people living in marginalised communities in Kenya, the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic is an additional life threatening crisis that requires urgent response. Stay at home orders are extremely difficult when living in overcrowded slum communities, and when relying on daily casual labour to earn enough money for food and rent.

Manasprings women community leaders (Manawomen) are on the frontline, caring for the economically poor and vulnerable in inner city informal settlements and impoverished rural villages. Due to the pandemic, their work right now is essential, and they need our urgent support. More children, women, elderly, and families are looking to them for help, and their resources are limited.

We need your help now. Together we can make a difference.

Target: $30,000

Raised: $100

Together we were able to get...

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