Akufaaye kwa dhiki ndiye rafiki is a Swahili say that means a friend in need is a friend in deed.
And indeed KEWOTA continues to make friends and affirm its commitment to being a sisters keeper by responding to the needs of those who deserve a giving heart in many parts of Kenya.
It is for this reason that the CEO Benta Opande and KEWOTA leadership sent a special team to pay a visit to Nyaroha Gilrs Secondary School, Kuria East Migori County, where they donated sanitary towels and also spoke to the girls at length about commitment and dedication.
The teachers present were also sensitized KEWOTA’s mission and tenets.
Madam Sophy Chacha, Migori County Coordinator (KEWOTA) led the team in demonstrating KEWOTA’s commitment to sisterhood and the future of the girl child to the teachers and students Nyaroha.
The Deputy Principal Daniel Maginga thanked KEWOTA for the magnanimous gesture and urged KEWOTA to expand its roots in the interior parts of Kuria.