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WISER International Welcomes Three New Board Members

WISER is proud of the success we generate through our unmatched leadership at multiple levels whether it be our founders, our principal, our staff, or, of course, our boards. WISER’s boards in Kenya and the United States provide vital experience, integrity in oversight, and a substantial amount of volunteer time to ensure that WISER’s impact […]

“Women united are powerful:” Interview with Duke Women’s Soccer on joining Team WISER

If you’ve been tuning in to the news from WISER this year, you’ll no doubt remember that WISER has recently expanded its longtime partnership with the Duke University Women’s Soccer team. Now, a new generation of Duke Women’s Soccer players are picking up the partnership right where it left off. Tess Boade (forward/midfielder), Holly Stam […]

Why Menstrual Hygiene Choice Matters

One of the main reasons why women and girls throughout the world have lower access to education is a lack of access to menstrual hygiene products. For girls whose families are struggling to get by economically, menstrual hygiene often has to take a backseat to other basic necessities like light, food, and housing. This means […]

First WISER Alum to Attend US University Reflects on Her Graduation

Diana Achieng Okeyo was a student in WISER’s first graduating class in 2013. During that final school year for Diana, the WISER team had the chance to sit down with her as she explained that WISER had enabled her to “have big dreams.” True to her word, Diana did dream big. And she continues to […]

New Graduate Linah Speaks about her Journey to University

The year is 2013. The sun is high over the brightly-colored tents at the center of WISER’s campus and WISER’s very first graduating class is sitting up straight in their chairs, proud, confident, and ready to be among the first women in their community to pursue a university education. In one of the back rows, […]