The project has given opportunities to children from the community to express themselves through art (drawing, singing, dancing...)
Eunice, a widow who received one sheep has now a population of 4 sheep. Her livelihoods status is improving.
The widows who received animals during project launch are: Grace Okewe, Ruth Ngeso, Emily Sloth Otieno, Ruth Okumu, Haydensia Obonyo, Judith (Ruth) Ooko, Margaret Olum, Serfina Omollo, Eunice Akumu Oyowe, Syprosa Obunge, Lilian Kogero, Serfina Obunge, Mrs Ken Omollo, Josphine Obiero, Consolata Okumu and Pamela Atoh.
Agnes is a widow with 6 children. She holds a certificate in early child development (ECD). She loves teaching children.
"When great minds with great passion come together, great things happen " Founder, Nicholas.
This year has been really motivating for as we managed to host 3 volunteers, a mother and her two daughters from UK. They volunteered for a period of two weeks, from 22nd of October to 3rd of November 2018. During the two weeks period of volunteering, they have been involved in assessing the vulnerability of … Continue reading Launching The Sophia Foundation projects
It’s a new day as Eunice opens her small hotel business to her customers a long the road side within the community. Her hope is to make some money for at least a meal for her children and grandchildren. In her own words “I’m Eunice Akumu, a widow for over 15 years since my husband … Continue reading The determination of a widow – Eunice Akumu
Dorcas sits pensively at her door step with her children thinking where her day’s food is going to come from. Dorcas is 28 years, married with two children and her husband is a casual labourer. Pap Onditi is a dry area throughout the year with little rainfall and little economic activities going on. Dorcas and … Continue reading Worry of a mother in a village in Pap Onditi.
Welcome to Pap Onditi, Kisumu City, home of the founder of TSF Kenya, Nicholas Ojwando. Pap Onditi is a rural village situated near the shore of Lake Victoria in the western part of Kenya - about 235 km North-West of Nairobi, the country's capital. ‘Pap’ means a flat, dry place in the Luo language; ‘Onditi’ … Continue reading Welcome to Pap Onditi, Kenya