Running psychosocial, advocacy, livelihoods and health programs for Teen Mothers and their children regardless of their faiths, cultures, backgrounds and race.
A community where vulnerable women and children enjoy a secure, safe and dignified life through the offering of hope, and spreading of love applied in a holistic method addressing the root causes of emotional, physical and spiritual poverty.
We build on women and girls’ empowerment philosophy where MFURA Foundation started a program of incubating teen mothers with vocational education training in tailoring to enable them create own jobs.
MFURA Foundation strives to boost Early childhood of children born from teen mothers by giving them a package of education that compiles together moral and physical discipline, skills in different subjects.
This program aims at supporting the parents of the teen mothers to understand their responsibilities of taking care of children and give them proper education. This is also done through trainings.
As the World celebrates the International Women’s Day (IWD)2023, MFURA Foundation donates sewing machines to 25 needy teen
Mfura Foundation philosophy looks on giving proper education to every child as every parent wants to raise their children at their best. For teenage mothers, this might be sort of challenging because they are still young and have a lot of responsibilities.
For a couple of months, MFURA Foundation Organization has been doing several pieces of training that are made to fast track set targets of building resilience of teen mothers who have undergone a tough life.