poverty and education

Restoring Our Earth Through Locally-led Development 

“Restore Our Earth” is the theme for Earth Day 2021. To “restore” is to repair, rebuild, or renew. These words, emotions, and actions are front of mind for the entire global community these days. At Nuru, we believe that local communities and their local economies are the best places to cultivate lasting meaningful choices. These

Nuru Kenya Celebrates Challenges at Humentum Africa

On June 2, Nuru Kenya and Nuru Social Enterprises presented virtually for Humentum Africa. Humentum brings together international relief and development organizations to share best practices, learn from one another, and collaborate on larger opportunities. Nuru Kenya’s presentation focused on building sustainable business solutions amid challenges for the rural poor and was attended by 37

Nuru Kenya Shares At Conference In Nairobi, Kenya

In mid-September, Pauline Wambeti, Nuru Kenya’s Country Director, shared her perspectives on locally-led development, as part of a panel discussion at the 2019 AidEx Nairobi conference. This conference attracted over 1,000 aid and development practitioners and as a result, Nuru Kenya is emerging as a thought leader in development in East Africa. Conference attendees included