Ndibai Community Update: Finding Unique Ways to Continue Learning

Thanks to the generosity of our partners and the dedication of the Ndibai Leadership Council and the 410 Bridge staff, there is really amazing work being done in Ndibai to care for each community member, especially the most vulnerable ones. Thanks to your help, we have been able to discover innovative ways to continue to engage community members.

The Economic Development Coordinator in Kenya, Micah, has created a way to continue communicating with former Business Start-Up Training (BST) graduates. He has been collecting a list of challenges that are occurring in the marketplace and creating videos that highlight ways to address the problems. Check out what Alex, one of the BST beneficiaries, has to say about the mentorship:

Alex, a BST beneficiary, describes how beneficial the BST mentorship has been

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