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In 2005, TSP founder Kristen Kosinski left for Kenya with the goal of helping empower women and young girls. She traveled through Samburu meeting with female leaders in each community and listening to their stories. Again and again she heard the same word: water. Many women in Samburu spend their entire day searching for this precious commodity. When that search is eliminated, the possibilities for growth are endless. In honor of Women’s History month, our March issue celebrates the strong women of Samburu who are driving the future of their vibrant communities.




Empower Women

Eliminating a long walk for water gives women the gift of time. Time for income generation, self investment, family care, and ultimately a sustainable path out of poverty.

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Grow Together

With clean water, communities flourish. Agricultural initiatives for this Pastoralist community are now possible for the first time. From door-step gardens to community kiosks, sustainable change is eminent.

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Engage Students

Clean water puts students in the classroom, improves their studies, and allows teachers to thoroughly cover curriculum, all leading to more effective learning.

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Fight Disease

Clean water means clean hands, clean dishes, and clean clothes. With clean water health centers grow, knowledge is spread, and rampant water-borne diseases like diarrhea and cholera are eliminated!

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