Managing Your Financial Well-being during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Finances can also serve as a stressor during this time. Its important for us to manage our well-being by; Limit contact with cash and card machines Upload debit and credit cards to your digital wallet. Request contactless cards. Incase where you cannot avoid your contact with cash, kindly sanitize your notes and coins and while... Continue Reading →

Funding Scholarships For Youth in Kenya

1. Provost’s Excellence Funding Scholarship at Oregon State University, USA The scholarship is made open to individuals who wish to pursue an undergraduate programme at Oregon State University. Benefits of the Scholarship The scholarship is partially funded and valued at $6000 per year and is subsequent to renewal. Eligibility Criteria The scholarship is available to... Continue Reading →

Funding For Health Providers: COVID-19 Pandemic

The World Bank and IFC’s Boards of Directors approved an increased $14 billion to assist companies and countries in their efforts to prevent, detect and respond to the rapid spread of COVID-19 in developing countries. Kenya is already a beneficiary having been given USD 60 Million (Sh6.1 billion) to help combat the deadly coronavirus pandemic which has infected 7 people in the country and left over 4,500 people dead globally.

Funding Opportunities For Women in Kenya.

1. Dream Gap Grant Type of project: The project seeks to work with locally-led, girl-centered organizations worldwide to inspire young girls through career workshops, inspiring role models, and trailblazing leaders. Girls will meet role models from their own communities over the course of 3-5 workshops in 2020 to spark their interest in nontraditional careers for... Continue Reading →

Funding Opportunities for Young Social Entrepreneurs in Kenya.

1. The Energy and Environment Partnership Trust Fund (EEP Africa) Project details: Project developers are invited to submit applications for early stage off-grid and on-grid clean energy projects in active development phase. Location: Southern and East Africa. Eligibility: Registered, legal companies, start-ups and social enterprises may apply. Grant size: Grants and repayable grants between €200,000 - 500,000, with a minimum of... Continue Reading →

Beginners guide: 5 Personal Finance Hacks for beginners.

1. List Your Personal Finance Goals in 4 groups These groups are; DebtSavingsIncomeInvestments Once you have listed them, Write down a few comments on where you are and where you want to be, its that simple. It’s important to look at your financial goals, what you accomplished, or where life is taking you. Don’t get complacent or... Continue Reading →

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