We are a nonprofit making Educational Trust
aimed at promoting the educational, professional
and cultural welfare of women in Kenya .
Years in existence
And more women who have been empowered.
Kianda is a local word meaning “Fertile valley”, where everything planted flourishes. Not in vain was the name chosen over 50 years ago. The foundation has been at the service of women in Kenya, promoting their education and looking after their welfare.
Kianda Foundation, now a well-established nonprofit making organization, has numerous educational institutions to its credit.
The 16th edition of our Microfinance and Entrepreneurship program took place from 14th July to 25th August. It was held on 4 alternate Saturdays, with 19 women enrolled and attending. Sessions were held as planned [...]
Kibubuti primary school is an education facility in Limuru with approximately 900 pupils, from early childhood to class eight. It is a mixed day school with both boys and girls. From 24th June till 8th [...]
Meet Olga Marlin, a founder member of the Kianda Foundation — the pioneer in setting up a multi-racial secretarial school at the height of the liberation struggle in Kenya. Olga made the journey from Ireland [...]
Mr Carsten Wappler, the General Manager of Park Inn by Radisson presenting a certificate to Mercy Majuma (KNEC Craft Distinction student) who is accompanied by her father, Mr. Joseph Wabwile. When Kianda foundation [...]
The foundation promotes women empowerment through projects and trainings which help women improve their lively hood. This has been achieved through the Training Of Trainers (TOT)program. Training of trainers is a business setup programme for [...]