Rachels Development Program is a registered Non-Profit Organization which provides assistance to women and children affected by poverty. More specifically, the organization offers counseling, support, and intervention in relation to societal concerns such as women and children abuse, orphaned and abandoned children, as well as those living with HIV/AIDS or other terminal illnesses. Their main objective is to help empower these women and children to thrive no matter the circumstance they may face. Their wish list includes clothing items, blankets, toiletries and food, amongst others.
OFF THIKA ROAD, Mangu- Gatukuyu Road
At Rachels we value the life of the girl child……
RDPis working to eradicate poverty, illiteracy, and inequalities, and empower women and children to reach their full potential. AWCC works for the protection of women and children’s rights in the areas of education, FGM, forced child marriage, sexual and gender-based violence and human rights.
RDP promotes campaigns on the importance of literacy and education for girls. RDP provides teacher incentives and teaching and learning materials to increase the number of children completing education. RDP also raises community awareness on the problems of FGM and early child marriage as well as the repercussions on the development of communities.
Dont’ take our word for it – This far we have reached!
RDP focuses on the empowerment and upliftment of women. One of the core functions of Women4Women is to raise funds for less fortunate and previously disadvantaged women who cannot afford to pay for their education. The foundation also facilitates self-improvement and skills-development workshops and lends a helping hand to other female-focused charities across the country. Their ultimate goal is to help women improve their earnings, living conditions, confidence, and to help them secure a better future for their children
Mama Njeri Weaving Baskets on Order
Girls enjoy a bed time story just before going to bed in 1998.
Patricia and Diana are the pioneers at RDP. After they sat for their final primary examination, both Patricia and Diana were enrolled in different universities in Nairobi and will be graduating in 2021.
Marion and Diana
Girls pose for a photo on a shortbreak .RDP offers free education for the needy girl child.