We conduct events to form discussions on issues pertaining to peace in the community more so Kibra been a key spot for pain and suffering
We empower youths on self-esteem, income generating activities while fostering to develop policies that will address unemployment policies
We working hard to build a reputation of customer satisfaction through technical excellence and friendly staff.
IDEWES believes creating jobs and fostering ‘wealth creation’ is an essential intervention that tackles a broad range of development issues within Kibera
A lack of access to credit accentuates poverty traps and cycles of vulnerability, particularly for women who face higher levels of poverty.
Estimates indicate that currently, 1.5 million Kenyans are living with HIV/AIDS and around 1.2 million children have been orphaned by death due to AIDS.
Only the educated are free”. Building on our current OVC program, IDEWES looks to the future to empower all young people to reach their full potential
At the core of our ‘Sweetening Justice’ program is the goal of empowering victims of abuse to speak out and seek justice in the community