Chelsea Clinton shares our story on NBC’s Rock Center
Special Correspondent Chelsea Clinton features the work of Shining Hope for Communities on NBC's Rock Center with Brian Williams!
Nicholas Kristof & Olivia Wilde Visit!
Our work empowering girls and their familes is featured by Half the Sky Movement: a campaign inspired by Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn. Nicholas Kristof and Half the Sky Celebrity Advocate Olivia Wilde recently visited us in Kibera!
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“Say Yes!” Kennedy Odede Graduates from Wesleyan
On May 26th, our founder Kennedy Odede graduated from Wesleyan University. He is the first person from the Kibera slum to graduate from a prestigious American University.
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Stories from Kibera
Our new media platform gives you a glimpse into the Kibera community, and the lasting impact of SHOFCO's programs. Watch now and learn more about the lives of our students, SHOFCO's soccer team members, and the Shining Girls of Kibera.
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Kibera School for Girls remixes hit song ‘I Know I Can’!
The Kibera School for Girls has remixed the hit single by international hip-hop star NAS to premiere their own version of I KNOW I CAN. Check out their stunning performance and inspiring message!
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$15 Provides sanitary napkins for our adolescent girls’ program for 1 month
$30 Sponsors a student's education at The Kibera School for Girls for 1 month
$100 Provides the SHOFCO's Women's Empowerment Program with supplies for 1 month
$200 Sponsors a SHOFCO Youth Program community clean up
$500 Provides a computer for our clinic, school, or cyber cafe
$1000 Sponsors our Youth Education Programs for 1 month
$2000 Provides 1 year of medical supplies for our clinic
$5000 Sponsors the salary of a nurse or midwife for the clinic