Our organization

Who we are, what we do and where we stand for

History

Our foundation is founded in 2006 by Henny Smulders. She was already then involved with the building and rebuilding of the Bishop Kalu School.
In 2009 she died in the age of 67 years. After that the foundation was run by Ivon Rotteveel, Edwin Jansen and Esther Jansen, who decided to build an orphanage in Kwale in 2011.
We started with 16 girls and at this moment, we have already 80 girls who we take care of. Together with the 450 boys and girls from the Bishop Kalu School we are supporting over 500 children with education.
Our goals for the future are to build a private school and develop our activities in Kenya. We want to sponsor self supporting activities.  Create businesses run by the girls who left the orphanage with a professional education.

 

 

What we want to complete

Number of girls we give shelter — 100%
Number of girls go to primary school — 69%
Number of girls go to secondary school — 25%
Number of girls go to polytecnical school — 6%
Funds to build private school — 10%

Who is behind this organisation

Beasy MbogoManager Kenya (volunteer)

Beasy is our first focal point for all our concerns in Kenya

Serah MukamiAss. Manager Kenya (volunteer)

Serah is responsible for building and financial affaires in Kenya

EuniceMoederoverste HCH

Eunice manage together with Gladys Henny’s Childrens Home and is our own big mama

Winnie KameneManager HCH

Winnie takes care of  contacts with schools and the government for  Henny’s Childrens Home

We can't do it without the support of these company's

Help us and the girls, please donate once!
for € 500 per year you give to an orphan girl:
shelter, food and EDUCATION
Please transfer this on our account NL73 ABNA 0616 1382 02

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Girls Empowerment Foundation tries to optimisme the development of girls in the developing countries through education.

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