Our vision is to empower our global community to help create a world that values the environment, gender equality, and access to healthcare and education, in pursuit of a sustainable and healthy future for all.
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Our outreach clinics bring healthcare to rural communities that wouldn't otherwise have access. Mugie's nurse is able to diagnose and treat, refer and counsel. Truly a team effort, our outreaches often have volunteers from Ekorian's Mugie Camp, Mugie Ranch, and Governor's Mugie House. Moyo collaborates with other organizations to bring COVID and rabies vaccination clinics, food drive deliveries, and meet the other acute-needs of rural communities.
Our weekly Healthy Kids classes at the Mugie School are a collaboration between Mugie, Ekorian, and Moyo. Mugie's nurse, Jedidah, Moyo's directors, and the team at Ekorian teach about hygiene, self-esteem, wildlife conservation, and everything in between!
It's critical for all women to have access to resources so that they feel empowered and informed to make a choice about their own bodies and their own lives. Access to family planning resources allows them to make a decision about how many children to have and how often. Spacing out their pregnancies is not only beneficial to the woman's own health, but also enables them to take better care of, and educate, the children they do have. Thus begins a cycle of empowerment and education.
Moyo is collaborating with the Laikipia North Tech College to produce reusable menstrual pads! The Moyo Team has purchased the materials for the tech college and provided designs and prototypes and now anxiously await the first batch of pads. We will pack them with a Period Tracker with menstrual health and hygiene information on it and distribute at our outreach clinics as well as our own Healthy Kids classes and tuition scholarship recipients.
Education is key to building a sustainable future. We feel that widening access to education is very important and offer full tuition scholarships to students in secondary school, college, or trade school.
Moyo supports the 'It's All About You, Honey' economic empowerment project with the local community. Lizzie and Donna piloted the project and Moyo now sponsors beehives and contributes to the costs of harvesting and preparing of the honey to sell for community profit. These metal top bar beehives are a sustainable (and bee and tree-friendly) alternative to the traditional log hives or smoking out wild hives.