Please join us for an evening of celebration and inspiration to benefit WGEP's girls' education and leadership programs. Stay tuned for more details coming soon.
Check out the photos from our 2018 event below.
Thank you for making Ndajee a success!
We'd like to extend our immsense gratitude to everyone who attended, donated to, and supported Ndajee, WGEP's annual benefit for girls' education this year.
Thanks to the incredible WGEP family and dedicated advocates for women and girls, we were able to raise $160,000 for girls' education and leadership!
We've always said that it takes a community to truly make a difference. We are so honored that you are a part of ours.
Thanks to you, more girls who would otherwise slip through the cracks due to early marriage, female genital mutilation, economic hardship or other reasons will be able to stay in school and thrive. Their futures will be their own to decide. Thank you for believing in them!
Executive Director Amy Maglio and dedicated advocate Sarah Miyata announce the Movement Makers campaign to raise $1M to reach 20,000 women and girls by 2021. Want to be a part of the movement? Contact us!
In case you missed it...
Here is the video interview of a former WGEP Kenya scholar by WBEZ's Jerome McDonnell that we showed on Monday night. Meet Aliana, then - and now:
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