Who we are
Tuwakuze Africa was founded in 2013, by Mr. Joseph Mani, then a student of International Relations at the United States International University – Africa. While undertaking community service at Victorious Joy in Kahawa West, Nairobi, he saw first-hand the challenging circumstances that did not allow underprivileged children to get access to quality education. The challenges including lack of books, stationery, adequate infrastructure and teachers were not unique to Victorius Joy but was also common in many other schools in Nairobi and across the country. It is under this backdrop that Tuwakuze Africa was formed and is currently run by passionate young individuals who have experience in volunteerism and are committed to use their talents, creativity and resources for positive transformation of their society
Who we are
Tuwakuze Africa is registered as a society under the Society ACT (CAP 108) of the laws of the Republic of Kenya. It is a youth-led, education-based initiative aimed at developing a reading culture, mentoring and instilling sustainable skills among orphaned, vulnerable & underprivileged primary school children and the youth within the community.
We seek to achieve our primary objective of promoting education in line with the Sustainable Development Goal education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.