Our Impact


In Kenya, girls face an uphill battle to complete any education at all. In parts of the country , only 1 in 15 girls make the transition from primary to secondary school.  Those numbers only decrease as girls attempt to enter the university level.  Statistics from the World Bank show that less than 3% of Kenya’s female population has the opportunity to complete a college education.  

Meet some of the GLOW girls:

Joyce

Joyce is a 1st year student at Multimedia University, studying Communications.  

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Naomi

Naomi is a 3rd year student at Moi University in Nairobi, studying Penology and Security. 

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Mesret

Mesret is a 1st year student at Egerton University, studying Water and Environmental Engineering. 

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Lilian 

Lilian is a 1st year student at Africa Nazarene University, studying Peace and Conflict Resolution. 

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Euphrasia

Euphrasia is a 2nd year student at Multimedia University in Nairobi, studying Journalism. 

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Mary

Mary is a 3rd year at University of Nairobi, studying Geospatial Engineering.

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Lilian

Lilian is a 1st year student at Zetech University in Nairobi, Kenya, studying Hospitality and Tourism. 

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