Kenyan woman develops ‘Days for Girls’ business
“Selina started a business sewing and selling menstrual hygiene kits for girls so that they can stay in school,” said Rachel. “This past month, we hosted a business training for her so she could learn essential financial and record keeping skills.”
The teacher for the training is a Kenyan named Aishepe, who is one of Rachel’s disciples, a Discipleship Bible Study facilitator and a successful business owner.
“We were excited to see her collaborate with and mentor Selina,” said Rachel. “Christian businesses transform communities!”
The DfG health and hygiene ministry in Kenya helps young women stay in school and avoid sexual predators. Days for Girls is an international organization that has reached more than one million girls in more than 120 countries by providing increased access to menstrual supplies, care and education.
Top photo: CMF team members Rachel Williams, left, and Cait Pitts, second from right, hosted a business training for Selina, second from left, to help her with her Days for Girls business. Aishepe, at right, a business owner, taught the training sessions.
You can support the DfG project to help young women in Kenya with your gifts to this project.