With Kenya’s highest rate of infection, the Nyanza Province faces high mortality rates, large numbers of AIDS orphans and poor educational opportunities. Using football to attract young people, Society Empowerment Project (SEP) provides life skills, sports leadership and management training. It also works closely with AIDS awareness and treatment groups and local schools to provide young people with training to reduce the level of infection.
SEP strives to improve the livelihood of its participants through agricultural training: in partnership with the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock, it provides assistance to families in small-scale agricultural production.
SEP - Kenya Agricultural Programme
Society Empowerment Project (SEP) Executive Director is among the 12 Coach educators who completed their Level III stage one training in Nairobi, Kenya. Premier Skills is a partnership between Premier League in England and British Council, working in ...
SEP Soccer extravaganza entered its 4th year of implementation with huge success. The event recorded improved performance in administration and other logistics like accomodation, food, water and electricity supply among many others. The workshops and Key ...
For the last two years, SEP has consistently participated in the HAVAS Global Forum - Barcelona. SEP has brought on board the other dimension of football, as a means to an end, a tool that is effectively used to address various community challenges. In all ...