Mifuko Trust

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Fundraising permit number:

RA/2021/773

Mobile Pay:

34321

Mifuko Trust bank account:

FI30 5722 4120 1489 19
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Buy an ethical gift

Support the work of WASH and Grow! in Makueni, Kenya by purchasing an intangible, ethical gift.  If you would like to send an electronic thank you card to the recipient of the gift, you can send a request to info@mifukotrust.org 

Click on the images below for information on gift options.

15 €

Support tree planting by artisans

20 €

Support hygiene & soap making training

90 €

Support the purchase of water tanks

130 €

Support building an ecological dry toilet

300-500 €

Photo print: proceeds go to Mifuko Trust

Join us in empowering women, girls and communities in rural Kenya

Mifuko Trust is a charity that promotes the livelihoods and well-being of women and communities in rural southeast Kenya. Through our women's self-help groups, our work reaches more than 1,300 women and their families - over 6,500 people. You can follow our work on Mifuko Trust blog, Instagram and Facebook.  Below you can find a video about the project WASH and Grow!

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Results of our work

By organizing training sessions and investing together with rural women in sustainable solutions, such as dry toilets, we aim to tackle the challenges in local communities related to the availability of clean water, proper sanitation, and fertile farmland. Training local ambassadors and sanitation champions is a crucial part of this effort; they play a key role in promoting sanitation and sustainability within their communities.

Benefits and use of ecological fertilizer

Mifuko Trust blog

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Jacinta leading a training on menstrual hygiene and management

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