Tulia Girls Program

Tulia Girls program is designed to provide safe, inclusive, and confidential spaces for adolescent girls to access accurate sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) information, to address unmet Sexual Reproductive Health needs for girl’s age between 13 -19 years old in the community.

The adolescent girls are able to freely socialize, spend time with their friends, interact and share each other's experiences, as well as find support for dealing with personal challenges in the community through community girls club. 

The members participate in various cultural activities (storytelling, short drama, singing, debating, dancing, reciting poem etc.)

Adolescent girls are encouraged to build their leadership skills, forming girl-led networks to address cultural taboos on SRHR, discriminatory gender roles and harmful traditional practices.

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Chunga Dada Initiative

We believe that no girl should miss school, just because they are on their period. Without access to clean water, good toilets and sanitary towels, girls can miss up to a week of lessons every month when they are on their period. They fall behind in class, and can be forced to drop out of school altogether in rural areas. 

Adolescent girls do not have a choice but use improvised material during their menstruation which includes rags from old clothes, blankets or old cut-out t-shirts. These materials are uncomfortable and don’t provide sufficient protection so that girls choose not to go to school.

Chunga Dada initiative provides sanitary towels to 1,300 needy girls to keep them in school with an aims to reduce the number of needy girls who miss out on school due to lack of sanitary products.

"When girls drop out of school at an early age, they are less likely to return to education, leaving them vulnerable to early marriage, violence and forced sexual relations"


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Women Empowerment

This project targets the poorest in our community who are struggling to make ends meet. 

Women are worst affected when it comes to unemployment and poverty in rural areas. For women who have no formal education and therefore no access to decent, well-paying jobs, vocational skills like sewing hold an important alternative. 

To you and me, a sewing machine might mean the occasional mending of clothes, but to a woman in a rural area and her family, it is a powerful weapon against poverty.

Our main objective is to provide a strong source of income to single Mothers, widows, and young mother at their doorstep.

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One Girl One Pad Campaign

Generation Guiders is raising funds to provide sanitary pads to vulnerable girl's who menstruates and are struggling during the Covid-19 pandemic. Did you know that Ksh 50 can make a difference?We are raising funds to purchase sanitary pads to support vulnerable girl's. It takes just Ksh 50 per girl to get sanitary pads.

We are kindly appealing for your generous support to raise money to supply 350 packets of sanitary pads to vunerable girls. You can help us by donating any amount, all contributions are valuable and appriciated.

Link for donations: https://secure.changa.co.ke/myweb/share/41403

Go to: M-pesa
Select: Lipa na M-pesa
Enter Paybill number: 891300
Account number:  41403

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