Help Empower Marginalized Communities Through Behavioral Change

Through education and community development, we aim to address key challenges including education disparities, gender inequalities, sanitation, food security, and climate change impacts. Your support can make a real difference in the lives of those who need it most when you give to the home of our top rated empowering charity. Whether you choose to donate once, weekly or become a monthly giver, know that your generosity will help bring about real, positive change for disadvantaged social groups worldwide.



Our work

Did you know that access to quality education, food, clean water, and sanitation services is still a challenge for millions of people in Kenya?

At The Soina Foundation, we’re on a mission to change that. Our community-led sustainable solutions are making a lasting positive impact on deprived, disenfranchised, and distressed populations rural areas.

How do we do it?

We work collaboratively with local partners, stakeholders, and individuals to create lasting positive change and opportunities for growth. Our efforts include providing essential learning materials and scholarships to students, building water and sanitation facilities, and promoting sustainable farming practices to address food insecurity and climate change challenges.

Community groups empowered by behavioral change
Activities for vulnerable communities in rural areas
People in extreme poverty to be served in rural populations

Take a hold of the power of behavioral change to empower people because …

Only 40% of marginalized communities in Kenya feel that they are actively involved in decision-making processes that affect their lives.

Give With Confidence

Help change behavior over 12 months

It’s not 21 days!

Do you know it takes most people 66 days to change a habit?1

In fact, tracking new habits or support from workshops advances behavioral change by 36% individually and 62% in a group2.

To achieve the best results, this change process should occur over an extended period up to 254 days3.

  • Help for education
  • Help for gender equity
  • Help for water
  • Help for food security

Ready to be a force for change?

Unleash your inner superhero

Dive into the mesmerizing world of the home of sustainable community empowerment!

As a groundbreaking and empowering nonprofit, we’re on a mission to revolutionize lives and reshape our world for the better. Brace yourself for an immersive journey filled with innovation, compassion, and jaw-dropping solutions that will leave you eager to take action. So, what are you waiting for?

Embrace your opportunity to make a difference and join us on this extraordinary adventure. Together, we’ll create an unstoppable wave of transformation like never before!

Together We Can Empower Communities

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Uplift groups most at-risk beyond status quo

Join us in our mission of empowerment

At The Soina Foundation, we go beyond the status quo.

We aim to provide sustainable solutions of a lasting impact by uplifting communities of economically disadvantaged families, reducing disparities in education, healthcare, gender inequality, and climate vulnerability.

We cannot do this alone. Jump on board today and make a difference in the world.

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Support our work

You can join our enthusiastic team of volunteers at the home of empowering people and make a difference in the lives of groups that were historically marginalized like in Kajiado County. Your financial contribution, however big or small, can help us provide education, clean water, and sanitation to people in need.


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Be our partner

If you are Passionate about education and gender equality? Sponsor a child’s education or donate to our programs that work towards ending female genital mutilation (FGM) and providing menstrual health support to girls. Follow us on our social media platforms to learn about our latest news and events.


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Join us now to change behavior and transform tomorrows, paving the way for a brighter future for all through education, gender equality, WASH, and food security.

Real people.
Real transformation.

We pride ourselves on our ability to empower individuals to create positive change in their lives, and we’ve seen some amazing transformations along the way.

“Having clean water is like having a peaceful and happy life because I go to school on time”
Madina, Kajiado
“It may take a while to see things differently, and but we have seen is this the path to success.”
Kawo, Tanzania

“I cried because I had no shoes until I met a man who had no feet” ~ Hellen Keller

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Never miss an opportunity to make a difference.

Never miss an opportunity to make a difference.

Stay connected, notified, and engage in our latest community events.

Without any bells and whistles here, simply …



Partner with us to provide access to clean drinking water
Providing access to clean drinking water
  • Fri, 08:00 AM – Fri, 09:00 AM
  • Kajiado, Kenya
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training centre for volunteers
Ground breaking of volunteers’ center
  • Fri, 08:00 AM – Fri, 09:00 AM
  • Kajiado, Kenya
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We Are on a Mission …

Stimulating opportunities for growth to create life-changing results

We are passionate about creating a fair and thriving society.

Our goal is to serve a staggering 3 million people by 2027 and drive transformative behavioral change in every community.

the soina foundation Has Been Seen and Featured On:
  1. Research conducted by Phillippa Lally and published in the European Journal of Social Psychology for Medical Research Council PhD 2009 study and written up during an Economic and Social Research Council postdoctoral fellowship ↩︎
  2. The University of Scranton ↩︎
  3. European Journal of Social Psychology ↩︎