Baraka Women's Center


Empowering the most vulnerable women and youth in Kenya.


Krismasi njema na mwaka mpya wenye furaha!


Fueling the Power of Kenya's Women 

Feeding the Hungry


During this pandemic, Baraka Women's Center is assisting members and their families with needed staple food items. 

We greatly appreciate donations

       of these items (in bulk)           

Sugar   Tea   Maize Flour   Rice   Cooking Oil  Charcoal or Propane


Contact Teresia Njora 


Keeping Women Healthy


BWC provides education on prevention of COVID as well as facemasks and soap


Contact:  Wanjiru Ngigi


Teaching Skills and Providing Support


BWC offers a variety of training programs to assist women of any age:


Dressmaking and Tailoring

Hairdressing and Beauty Therapy

Entrepreneur Training 

Individual and Group Counseling

Adult Learning (Literacy)

Table Banking Groups


Download our Brochure

Karibu Nyumbani!

       7 Opportunities While Visiting This Site


         1.   Make a donation  Pay Bill 400200 Cooperative Bank 011-341-216-19400                               More options HERE

         2.  Donate clothes or bulk foods for members in need

         3.  Sponsor a woman's business.

              (Note: WCI accepts donation on behalf of BWC and forwards them

         4.  Download BWC's brochure and share with friends 

         5.  Inquire about the Rehabilitation Program  0721-381008

         6.  Order fashion clothing and jewelry from the Store (Coming Soon!)

         7.  Celebrate the women who make BWC strong


Recent News from Baraka Women's Center

Dec 2022



BWC Director, Teresia Njora,  a strong advocate for the women entrepreneurs trained at the Center, was featured in media coverage of The Hustler Fund launch.


This presidential initiative intends to “help small business owners …establish a culture of saving, investment, and social security.”


Baraka's business women are in the queue.

Nov 2022

Success Story - Teresia Wanjiku


"When I joined BWC, I found other young mothers like me who wanted to acquire skills. We were introduced to the BWC vocational skills...  


Today I am the lead trainer in tailoring and dress making and making many designs for African bags and dresses. I am in charge of the new machines which were bought by U.S. Ambassador’s Self-Help Fund. These machines  have helped us to design and make unique African bags and African attire that are being sold in exhibitions. This has had a great impact on my life! I am being marketed nationally and I am receiving so many orders."   Read more


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