Every moment counts when;

Empowering children, women and youth to be community change-makers!

Patinaai Osim is a term of endearment used by Maasai mothers preserved for their children, loosely translates to, “the one I share troubles with”.

Our Mission

Create sustainable livelihoods and empower Pastoral communities to speak up and uplift their social-economic status.

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Our Programs

Maternal Healthcare

We seeks to bridge the gap of insufficient maternal health care services by partnering with community health workers to educate the local women on reproductive health.

Education

We provide young girls an inclusive and responsive learning environment that will see the girls access safe spaces for mentorship, peer to peer learning, and opportunities to build social capital.

Economic Empowerment

We facilitate women with skills and access resources for income generation activities that will aid households to cope with recurring droughts. 

Climate Change

We explore traditional and modern knowledge and its contribution to biodiversity conservation to roll out mitigation/adaptation measures that can reverse environmental degradation.

Latest News

Burden of a Maasai Woman/Girl

The life of a Maasai girl is riddled with responsibilities from a very young age. This coupled with ownership by male figures all their lives and a rampant rate of illiteracy makes for women who are not empowered to become problem solvers or providers in the families that they carry most of the burden for.

Burden of a Maasai Woman/Girl

The life of a Maasai girl is riddled with responsibilities from a very young age. This coupled with ownership by male figures all their lives and a rampant rate of illiteracy makes for women who are not empowered to become problem solvers or providers in the families that they carry most of the burden for.

Worth of educating a Maasai Woman/Girl

“Lacking inclusive and impartial quality education, and long-lasting opportunities for all, countries/communities cannot achieve gender equality and breaking the cycle of poverty that’s leaving various children, youth, and adults behind.” Gender inequality is recognized because it is the main reason for poverty among the Maasai community, causing a high rate of illiteracy, additionally inhibiting economic …