#IWD 2018

Girls Leading

For the last one decade, Box Girls Kenya has tirelessly dedicated its efforts to teaching young women boxing as a platform of empowering young women and girls in the marginalized societies of Kenya. With this kind of empowerment, we have equipped our girls with skills that act as a constant reminder that they are the best they could be every single day.
Early this year, we embarked on a journey like no other. We held our very first annual Girls’ Summit at Baraka primary school Buruburu. Our theme was ‘GIRLS LEADING THE CHANGE; PROMOTING SAFE SCHOOLS FOR GIRLS’.
In attendance on the 28th of January 2017 were 400 young girls from the different schools and zones we involve our organization with. These young girls showed up on time as requested, happy and eager to participate in this campaign of promoting safe schools for girls. In attendance also is our founder Alfred Analo, commonly known as Priest and our stakeholders at large.
Part of our duty as Box Girls Kenya is to ensure that whatever we involve our girls in, we keep them motivated enough to ensure that whatever they do, they do it to the best of their abilities. We therefore delighted the girls to some good food throughout the day just to ensure that they keep high energy levels throughout the events program.

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Dada Cash Concept

Until November 2016 we offered entrepreneurship training at Glorious High School. In 2017 though we thought it is important to involve girls freshly from high school because of practicality of thr program. We have since renamed the program to the Dada Cash Movement.