Child marriage, period poverty, pregnancy, and violence are all common reasons why a disproportionate number of girls are missing out on going to school.

UNESCO estimates that about 129 million girls worldwide are out of school. In Kenya alone, that figure is more than 600,000. A lack of education leads to vulnerability for most girls, which then leads to unwanted pregnancies, domestic violence and a life of no choices. Together, we can change the narrative. Education plays an important role in breaking the cycle of poverty. When girls are educated, they stand a better chance of growing into empowered women
who can transform their communities and countries. 

Currently, Destiny Connect Fresh has 153 girls under our care who are pursuing their education. They are well cared for as DCF pays their fees which cost $40 per child per month. We also cater for their sanitary towels which are provided on a monthly basis costing $2 per girl child. With the help of partners from all walks of life, we are keeping girls in schools as they get empowered with each waking day. You too can join our tribe!


Destiny Connect Fresh was established in 2005 with the aim of providing sustainable solutions to life’s challenges such as lack of clean water, increased poverty index, lack of accessibility to education and unemployment to vulnerable communities.

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