News & Updates

WISER Form Fours to return to campus following government directive

Just a few short months ago, we, at WISER, communicated the directed closure of all Kenyan schools until 2021. We sprang into action and, with the help of WISER supporters and our indomitable team of educators in Kenya, created a robust distance-learning plan that included much-needed monthly relief packages, continued psychosocial support, and regular wellness […]

Join us September 13-18 for “10 Years WISER: Celebrating our roots, growing our global community!”

WISER School is Turning 10! Join us for any or all of our exclusive content and activities during our week-long celebration of WISER’s impact on girls in Muhuru Bay, Kenya and beyond! UPDATE 9.14.20: Our Auction and Online Store are now LIVE! WHEN:  September 13th – 18th  WHAT: A celebration of our first decade of […]

Kenyan Schools to Remain Closed Until 2021

Dear Treasured WISER Partners and Friends,  On Tuesday, July 7th, the Kenyan Ministry of Education and President Uhuru Kenyatta announced their decision to keep all Kenyan learning institutions closed until January 2021 due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. While the WISER team recognizes the hardships this decision presents to our students who must now remain […]

“We did this together:” WISER Celebrates the Class of 2019

It’s hard to remember a time when it was safe to gather in groups, to exchange hugs and well wishes, face-to-face. But in early March of this year, before the COVID-19 pandemic spread across the globe, WISER’s campus was alive with celebration.  In honor of the class of 2019 – a class as remarkable and […]

How we’re extending COVID-19 relief to essential WISER staff

From the very beginning, WISER has done things differently. Where many nonprofits like WISER rely on top-down leadership, WISER has been led by community members from the start. The choices WISER makes come directly from the needs and desires voiced by our students, staff, and their communities. Our commitment to doing things differently hasn’t changed […]