KEPSA in partnership with Kenya Red Cross, Concludes the 2-year “Solidarity Fund for Innovative Projects” Program in Mombasa

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(19th March, 2024: Mombasa) Together with other partners, the FSPI program, funded by the French government through the French Embassy in Kenya, has benefited about 3,552 youth and women in Mombasa to gain and elevate their entrepreneurship and technical skills across various industries.
“A big congratulations and thank you to the Kenya Red Cross Society Mombasa Chapter for the successful completion of the FSPI Program. As KEPSA, we will continue to hand-hold the beneficiaries who underwent our intensive mentorship program, and we look forward to empowering many more,” said Josephine Wawira, KEPSA Communications Lead, during the partners’ reflection meeting in Mombasa today.

Image: Ms. Josephine Wawira, Communications Lead at KEPSA, speaking at the partners’ reflection meeting

“We are thrilled to see that our contribution to the various activities led by Sustainable Inclusive Business Kenya have contributed to a bigger positive impact across the country,” she added.
KEPSA remains committed to driving impactful change through initiatives that empower youth and women to earn sustainable jobs and create entrepreneurial ventures for a better future.
The program was made successful by collaboration with the private sector, the county government of Mombasa, academic institutions, and the dedication of all the young people involved in the inter-generational forums and career fairs facilitated by KEPSA in the course of the program.
Together, we will continue to empower the youth and create sustainable job opportunities across the country.