Dan Ephent and his wife Lavent are the founders of DEAL Foundation which is a non profit making, non political organization that focuses on serving widows, orphaned and vulnerable children living in the slums and rural areas .The foundation was established in the year 2014 and currently serves 638 widows and 70 orphans.DEAL Foundation works hand in hand with like minded organizations locally and internationally to provide micro finance and scholarship.
Areas of Operation: Kisumu County,Nairobi County and Homabay County.
Foundation’s Mandate: To provide widows with some capital to enable them start small scale businesses for self sustainability. It also sponsors total orphans but bright to achieve their academic excellence through our scholarship program. The foundation provide its services to widows, orphaned and vulnerable children living in the slums and rural areas.It costs USD 50 to sponsor an orphan into the program.
The DEAL Foundation was basically established to provide ways of survival to the neglected/abandoned widows and orphans in various communities. The foundation, through sponsors has been able to provide grants to the widows especially to those living in the slum of mathare to enable them start businesses for self sustainability as they strive to ensure that their children get basic needs.
Impact of DEAL Foundation Programme:
–So far 2 houses have been constructed for two widows.
-13 widows were awarded with blankets.
-Four widows living in the slums have been paid for rent for a period of one year.
-Deal Foundation currently sponsors 15 orphans.Eight orphans have been sponsored to pursue their primary education while seven orphans have been sponsored to pursue secondary education.
-Girls are given sanitary pads.
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