Kenya School Scholarships for Kenyan Students to join our Youth Network
Kenyan women graduated from our 6-month education program
American young women have graduated from the Young Women's Leadership Challenge
Kenyan women have been trained in Reproductive Health
Economic and Community Empowerment
Kenyan Women's Network participants' weekly income rose 39% on average from 2015 to 2018.
563 small businesses have grown with 45 being start-ups.
177 women received animal husbandry training and livestock.
62% of the Kenyan Women’s Network reported being able to provide the main source of family income.
372 Kenyan women have received Pangea's first aid training.
Pangea graduates become active leaders in their communities resulting in key positions in schools, churches and non-profits.
Scholarship Students in Kenya
In 2013 and 2014, 15 Pangea scholars (100% of graduation candidates) successfully completed their secondary education (high school) and achieved exam scores that would allow them to enroll in university or an accredited professional college.
Since 2009, 100% of our primary-to-secondary transition students successfully enrolled in secondary schools across the country. 91% of high school candidates have successfully graduated from secondary school. 22 are now enrolled in college/university with 3 having completed their tertiary education.
YWLC Students in the U.S.
Take Action Challenge (TAC) Social Enterprises have been created
Individuals have been impacted through our YWLC participant’s TAC service projects
Alumnae have become Pangea interns
83% of every dollar Pangea raises goes directly to programs and our mission to empower motivated individuals with the knowledge, skills and an ongoing network of support in order to achieve their dreams and make positive, life-changing contributions to the communities in which they live.