Marc’s infectious positivity and innovative thinking motivate people to become part of WE Movement. He challenges them to think about the impact that a small group of people can have and creates a model that gives a hand, not a hand out.
MAASAI MARA, Narok County, Jul 17 - First Lady Margaret Kenyatta has called on education sector stakeholders in the country to create more opportunities for women and girls especially those whose education is disrupted for whatever reason.
Pastoral communities in Narok have been told to invest in education as a tool of fighting poverty. Speaking during the commissioning of the WE College in Narok yesterday, First Lady Margaret Kenyatta said the only way community livelihoods could be uplifted was by embracing education.
In 2015, I had a life-changing experience when I went to Kenya with WE Villages and saw firsthand how the charity transforms lives in the Masai Mara. That trip inspired me to form a partnership with WE, so employees at could have the same experience and become inspired to make social change at home.
Celebrating a $1,000,000 Donation to build a School of Business Management in KenyaTORONTO - The WE Charity, including co-founder Marc Kielburger, joined Jos Schmitt, President and CEO of NEO, to open the market in celebration of the closing of a $1,000,000 Donation to build a School of Busin...
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