Kyalo Kya Maendeeo Women Empowerment Project Receives UN Recognition: Phase 2 Launches with Lucrative Business Awards”


Empowering Women through Basket Weaving: UN Partners to Award Millions in Business to Kyalo Kya Maendeeo Foundation

In a significant stride towards women empowerment, Kyalo Kya Maendeeo Foundation’s Women Basket Weaving Project is set to enter its Phase 2, with the United Nations recognizing and awarding lucrative business opportunities to skilled women groups in Kitui County.

Dr. Augustus Kyalo Muli, the visionary founder of Kyalo Kya Maendeeo, expressed his excitement about the forthcoming business awards, attributing the success to the partnership forged with UN investors in November of the previous year. The collaboration aimed to provide a ready market for modern weaved baskets, showcasing the positive outcomes that can be achieved through goodwill and dedicated efforts.

The UN representatives are scheduled to visit the KKM Headquarters in Misuuni, Kitui Central Constituency, from Thursday, 29th February to Saturday, 1st March, to confer business opportunities to trained women groups equipped with modern basket-weaving skills. This initiative exemplifies the tangible impact that collaborative efforts between organizations and communities can have on grassroots economic development.

The announcement comes as Dr. Kyalo assumes the role of National Anzauni Patron, further underscoring the commitment to uplifting local communities. The phased approach of the Kyalo Kya Maendeeo Women Basket Weaving Project highlights a sustainable model for empowering women and fostering economic growth, providing a beacon of hope for future initiatives in the region.

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