Promotion of education among the youth targeting especially girls in early childhood development, Primary and Secondary Schools. ENAI Africa in partnership with PMU Inter-life (Sweden) has constructed a school at Naretoi for Early Childhood Education up to Class 1. The school programs have been used to create a platform for advocacy in partnership with FPFK on Anti FGM campaigns. The organization also organizes peer counseling sessions and HIV/AIDS awareness forums in schools to encourage them on prevention and healthy attitudes in the prevention of HIV/AIDS.

Tamatisha Project

Change Stories

No doubt education is the key to success. Despite it being the key, most of the Maasai girls are deprived the privilege of having a decent education. Instead they are exposed to harmful cultures such as FGM and later married off at a very tender age. ENAI Africa saw the need to emphasize on the girl child education and even the boys who are sometimes left to herd instead of going to school and built an Early Childhood Development School (ECD).

Janet Tikote  got an admission to pursue her education as a first  year student at Meru Univeristy after scoring a  B+ in her KCSE exams at Moi girls high school isinya. However she couldn’t continue due to lack of school fees. The girl stayed at home and risked to be married off, she made her busy by volunteering at the dairy to help women record their milk. It is at this point of time where ENAI AFrica reached Merck Foundation for her rescue and paying her school fees. It is through the intervention and support from Merck Foundation that Janet is pursuing her college education. The girl is from a very poor background and her mother is a member of Olibelbel Women Dairy an innitiative of ENAI -Africa supported by Merck foundation

Janet's mother

Sherlyn Nyamalo 13, is a student at General Nkaiseri Sec Sch. She was rescued from early FGM and marriage. She is an excellent student and very hard working in class. Her mother is a member of the dairy and  she was chased from her matrimonial home because of reporting the case of her daughter. Sherlyn has secured her education through the support from ENAI-Africa in Partnership with Merck Foundation

Sherlyn's Mother