Single women in the poorest parts of Kenya have limited opportunities to support themselves and their children. James 127 Foundation has developed a smart solution by providing jewelry skills training to these women, giving them the tools to earn a living.
The foundation has partnered with Jimani Collections and Judith & James, which employ graduates of the J127 training program. Graduates are given a full set of tools and are equipped to begin their own business or find employment with partners. The foundation also provides trainees with the opportunity to create products for sale, providing them with money for daily essentials and generating funds for the organization.
The project is scalable, as current jewelry trainees plan to use their new skills to begin a training program of their own targeting Kenyan children rescued from the street. James 127 Foundation also has connections in Guatemala and India and plans to expand to these countries within the next four years.
The program not only provides women with valuable skills but also offers insight into Kenyan marketing methods, business strategy, and supply sourcing information. Participants learn about the hope of Jesus and are empowered to build a better future for themselves and their families.
James 127 Foundation is providing smart, sustainable, and scalable solutions for women in Kenya, empowering them to earn a living and build a better future. With sustainable partnerships and a scalable model, the foundation is making a significant impact on the lives of these women and their families. Join them in their mission by supporting James 127 Foundation today.