MEET THE YOUTH..

Meet Dullo Winnie Adero Adero, 19, is a member at Wale Wale Kenya. She is a dancer and our current librarian. She is a mother to a beautiful daughter (Victoria), the fifth of seven children and lives in Kianda, Kibera with her 3 siblings and dad while her mum lives in a village called Siaya. …

HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

Christmas is without a doubt the best time of the year. It is the day we get together as friends and family to celebrate the year as it has been; its that time of the year when we put things to perspective and show our gratitude for life, blessings and talent. That is what the …

How does Wale Wale protect Human Rights in Kibera?

I would want to start to share a quote with you from a Development Compact of the United Nations (UN, The Millennium Development Compact 2003, New York: UN 2004: 3): “When governments are corrupt, incompetent or unaccountable to their citizens, national economies falter. When income inequality is very high, rich people often control the political …

Building the Future Center with Solar Energy – Meet the Engineers from Gothenburg

Last week these two master students from Chalmer’s University of Technology in Gothenburg, Sweden arrived to Wale Wale Kenya. Josefine and Isabelle will in support of Engineers Without Borders conduct their master’s thesis:"Design of control system for a smart building". In their thesis project Josefine and Isabelle will measure and estimate how the Future Center …