To Transform lives by providing a platform for the less fortunate, mobilise limited resources & participating in the community development projects.
Saidiana Women Project (Kenya ) is one such examble of life transforming experience. This Self Help Group began initially with a membership of just 21 women in rural village of Matunda, Kakamega County In Western Kenya.
However; today its activiies are no longer confined to the village but at least spread accross four counties in Kenya.
Whereas initial activities were Merry-Go-Round nature over twenty years ago, today we rejoice in the growth and expansion of our project activities to meet social challenges of those we are privileged to work with and for.
Saidiana Women Project seeks new and creative solutions to community challenges and problems; solutions created by people taking their lives into their own hands. Saidiana Women offer a solution against illiteracy, social injustices, poverty and seek appropriate ways on the use of available resources to fight poverty.
Saidiana Women Project was founded in 1995, inspired by humanitarian values;. Our founders held the conviction that development work should be community based.
Having worked as volunteers on Iona was and remains a great inspiration. We enjoy being inspired by our many new found global friends over the years.
We have realised over time and believe that Heaven manifest on earth when you choose peace, harmony and joy as the key expressions.
That choosing integrity, grace compassion, honesty and generosity; we make a difference in the world and each quality of unconditional love goes along way throughout infinity. Through the collaboration with the institutions and individuals, we have been able to touch many deserving lives in own communities
Saidiana Women Project is managed by the Patron, Board of Trustees and Volunteers.
Our team comprises of memmbers, volunteers, families and trainees in different aspects. We maintain a simple adminstrative structure comprising of the patron,and board of trustees. Volunteers do most of the work and their entitlement is a montlhy stipend.