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Mutunga Foundation

Presence in: Kenya
Focus: Gender-based violence, Livelihoods

Mutunga Foundation is an NGO which focuses on gender advocacy and economic empowerment to the rural poor especially women, youth and the vulnerable in the communities. We mobilize them into small groups and train them according to their need.

Our Mission is to empower the rural communities and improve livelihood through education, gender advocacy and development projects implementations, especially to women and youth.

People Associated With This Organization

Josephine Ndirangu

Mutunga Foundation
Joined April 2016
Interests: Livelihoods
I am a self-motivated woman of today. I was born in Nairobi, Kenya and I am the Chair person of Mutunga Foundation.

I have a strong board ethic having served as a Director in various boards. I understand corporate governance and the virtue it brings to organizations. I believe in the principle: "No entity, economic or otherwise, can do much without the support of its people; but the very people must look to themselves first".

I am an Alumnus of United States International University-Africa, where I graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Psychology. I will be graduating this year from Andrews University with Masters in International Development.

I live in Nairobi with my husband and our teenage daughter. I believe that by joining this network I will become a part of a legal empowerment movement especially for women and the vulnerable in the community. I will have international access to practical resources through the exchange program.
Josephine Ndirangu is the network champion (main point of contact) for Mutunga Foundation.

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