Hope For Flowers Project

The project seeks to increase access and retention of learners in school. Teso North Hope for the Flowers project intends to make the schools comfortable for the learners with all the facilities required that includes sufficient water and comfortable lavatories for use. The leaners will also be equipped with life skills to reduce teenage pregnancies that result in school dropouts and parents will be trained on celebrating families, a module that promotes positive parenting skills. Overall the learners will be trained and equipped with skills of making reusable sanitary towels for themselves. That way they will be able to comfortably manage their menses on their own.

Donor: World Vision Korea

Beneficiaries: 6,000 adult males, 15,000 adult females, 9,000 boys, 25,000 girls15,000 male and 40,000 female

Amount: $ 1 Million

Focal Reach: Teso North Sub County, Angurai Division (Within Angurai ADP) Amagoro Division (Outside Angurai ADP)

Duration: 4 years (October 2016 – September 2021)

Partners: Government departments/ ministries ie Education, Health and Public Health, BOM, CVA, parents, teachers, pupils, and the community at large

National Lead Organization: World Vision Kenya



  • Establish of water facilities and lavatories in schools
  • Sensitization on MHM, HTSP, celebrating families and COH CP
  • Training of youth on how to make reusable sanitary towels 
  • Equiping CVAs with knowledge and have them support the project in lobbying for more resources in the county to support WASH initiatives 
  • Training teachers and pupils on life skills
  • Commemorating important international days like menstrual hygiene day, DAC, global hand washing day among others
  • Impart positive parenting messages to the parents
  • Equip girls with peer to peer skills
  • Support documentation of projects change stories


  • Increased access to sustainable and safe water supply, improved sanitation and hygiene facilities in 60 schools for poor and vulnerable school children
  • Improved girls' access and utilization of reproductive health services
  • Increased awareness and support for girls' education