Traditionally, Masai women are regarded as the property of their husbands, over whom they have control. School education, and in particular secondary school, is not always provided for girls.
HftM talks to Maasai men and also married couples and this educational work over the last 25 years has led to a change in thinking in society and culture.
A good education helps girls and young women to become independent of their families' money and thus also to achieve independence.
In cooperation with the women of Malambo, we want to continue to develop ideas on how women's projects outside of our school project can be realised and how a self-determined life can be made possible.
In the past, there has already been seed funding for a solar filling station for mobile devices (see picture) and other small projects.