Nawaka Africa Org


Kenya faces many challenges related to poverty, inequality, and unemployment. Women and youth are often the most affected by these challenges, and many struggle to access education, training, and job opportunities. Our organization works to address these challenges by providing training, mentorship, and support to women and youth in our community.

We are looking for partners who share our commitment to women and youth empowerment, and who are willing to invest in our programs. We believe that a partnership with your organization/company could help us to expand our reach, improve the quality of our programs, and achieve greater impact in our community.

International Collaboration

:Establish partnerships with international organizations, cultural exchange programs, or diaspora communities that have a connection to Kenya. These collaborations can bring fresh perspectives, resources, and opportunities for cultural exchange, skill-sharing, and inspiring cross-cultural understanding.

Private Sector

Nawaka Africa is looking to engage with businesses and corporate entities that are committed to social responsibility and community engagement. Form partnerships with companies that share Nawaka Africa's values and goals. These partnerships can involve financial support, in-kind donations, employee volunteering, or skills-sharing initiatives. By partnering with the private sector, Nawaka Africa can tap into additional resources and expertise to inspire the community.

Educational Institutions:

Forge partnerships with educational institutions such as schools, colleges, and universities. Collaborate on educational programs, workshops, and mentorship opportunities that inspire students and equip them with skills for personal and professional growth. This partnership can also include internships and volunteer opportunities, allowing students to actively engage in community development initiatives.

Government Agencies

Nawaka Africa , need to establish partnerships with government agencies and local authorities that focus on community development, women's empowerment, youth programs, and cultural initiatives. By collaborating with government entities, Nawaka Africa can advocate for policy changes, access funding opportunities, and leverage existing infrastructure to implement inspiring programs and projects.

Media and Influencers

Partner with media outlets, influencers, and social media personalities who have a reach and influence within the community. Collaborate on campaigns, events, or digital content that highlights inspiring stories, promotes community engagement, and spreads awareness about Nawaka Africa's initiatives. Leveraging the power of media and influencers can inspire a broader audience and encourage active participation in community-building efforts.

Local Organizations:

Collaborate with other local nonprofit organizations, community groups, and grassroots initiatives that align with Nawaka Africa's mission. By partnering with these organizations, Nawaka Africa can combine resources, expertise, and networks to amplify their efforts and inspire the community. Jointly organizing events, programs, and projects can generate a larger impact and reach a wider audience.

Through this partnership, Nawaka Africa has been able to address food insecurity, particularly during times of crisis such as the COVID-19 pandemic. The organization has distributed food to orphanages children homes, helping to ensure that children have access to nutritious meals. Additionally, the partnership has allowed the organization to expand its reach beyond its immediate community and to work with other organizations and communities in need.

Nancy Phiri & Nance Lewthwaite Director of Ophans Miniinstry And Founder of Nawaka Africa
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