Kwale County Welfare & Education Association

Unlocking your Potential!

Founded in 2009 by then young graduates from Kwale County, KWEA is a non-profit, voluntary, membership community-based organization that was borne out of a passion to offer mentorship and motivational talks to students in primary and secondary schools.

Over the years, our programs have evolved in number and style addressing social accountability and improving enrolment, retention, and transition in learning institutions. This is owed to our commitment to creating demand-driven and client-centered interventions.

students acting during launch of shine project

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Causes we Care About

Career Exhibition

It brings on board, universities, colleges, and TVETS to showcase career opportunities to students.

Book Campaign

It entails mobilizing for books to be donated to primary schools. Beneficiaries get storybooks and course books.

Menstrual Hygiene Mgt

We donate Sanitary towels to 13 Primary Schools every term. Each Student Receives 4 packs.

Integrity Clubs

The project supports students in 62 Secondary Schools to act with honesty, integrity, and equality

Social Accountability

A community program that seeks to transform public participation from an event into a process.

Motivational Talks

We offer motivational talks to students to ensure they improve their performance.

Scholarship Program

The program is funded by the community and the Segal Family Foundation with 21 beneficiaries.

Charity Walk

The event is a sensitization and fundraising fora aimed at improving girl child’s access to education

Some Of Our Partners


It all starts with us. We are the peacemakers and each individual has a way of helping one another. Humbled and thank you.

Sabina Saiti – CEO KWEA

The youth is the present and the future, such initiatives are empowering the youth to act and demand accountability and integrity in society. Great initiative

Hassan Mwatondo – Treasurer KWEA

Thanks for the visit Sabina Saiti we really appreciate your presence and the presentation was very inclusive indeed

Swaleh Mohamed – Youth Partner

Good work KWEA. May you continue with the same spirit. If we can’t assist our little angels, who else will do?

Bechone Mwaruwa – Youth