SUPPORTING WOMEN’S ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT THROUGH DESIGN
The Masungula-Mo Krafts Foundation aims to reinforce a resilient community for economic empowerment and social enhancement among vulnerable families in Kibera slums through offering charitable vocational training and entrepreneurial skills.
This is a guest post by Masungula-Mo Krafts Foundation.
The Masungula-Mo Krafts Foundation was born out of love for women’s economic empowerment and the spirit of volunteerism. Both Monica and Janet are the founders of the two separate social enterprises: Masungula Krafts and Mondred Fashion School respectively.
They have both been involved in women’s economic empowerment through fashion and design. Monica is a seasoned tailor of over three decades and has been running her fashion and design school. Janet founded Masungula Krafts over two years ago training women on a voluntary basis and enabling them to access markets.
These organizations assist us in identifying women and youth with a passion for arts and design for whom this programme will bring life-changing impact. They refer them to our programme and work with us to ensure everyone gets the most out of the programme.
1. Become a VOLUNTEER and offer your life-transforming skills related to design, arts & crafts or just entrepreneurship.
2. Become an INTERN and gain experience as you work on various interesting assignments.
3. Gift a SEWING MACHINE (either new/used) to the trainees to enable them to start their own business after completion of the program.
4. Make a DONATION towards sponsoring the women’s tuition fees (KES 3K per month) for the 6-months program or just contribute any amount towards supporting this transformative, life-changing work
5. Become our PARTNER and plug-in on on-going related tasks.