About Kijani Kenya
Founded in 2008, Kijani Kenya has a long history of supporting education, conservation and health projects throughout Kenya. Kijani’s consistent support of carefully chosen initiatives has enabled vital projects to flourish, helping thousands of people in their local environment.
Meet Kijani's Beneficiaries
The Milgis Trust focuses on the mutual relationship between remote Samburu communities and their ecosystem through a wide range of initiatives. Education forms an important part of the Milgis Trust’s work and Kijani supports them by sponsoring children through secondary and college and disseminating crucial conservation messages.
Kwale Eye Centre’s mission is to make avoidable blindness a thing of the past. Working with remote communities of all ages, the Eye Centre provides affordable, accessible eye care to those most in need. Community officers work with local teachers to help identify children in need.
Restart Africa rescues Kenya’s street children and offers abandoned children a haven from drugs, violence and homelessness, and provides communities with a future.
CHAT (Communities Health Africa Trust) provides access to family planning and services to remote communities, alleviating poverty, suffering and environmental degradation and works towards a future where individuals, communities and ecosystems across Africa are healthy and thriving.
Binti Mwangaza works in Kenya to support and improve the lives of vulnerable women and girls from low-income families by giving them access to reusable sanitary towels, helping them attain sustainable financial freedom and giving them access to clean water and sanitation facilities.
Kijani supports vulnerable students.