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Maasai Education and Empowerment Today (MEET)

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Education, Educational Services, Elementary & Secondary Schools, Literacy

Mission: To provide a quality education for young Maasai girls who are orphans or who have parents unable to pay for school expenses.

Results: We have helped 2 Maasai girls graduate from high school. We have have helped a total of 11 girls to stay in school past 8th grade and attend secondary school in Kenya.

Target demographics: Young orphaned and poverty strickened Maasai girls in Kenya.

Direct beneficiaries per year: Last year MEET helped 6 Maasai girls to attend secondary school in the Laikipia region of Kenaya. This year we are supporting 8 girls.

Geographic areas served: Nanyuki, Kenya

Programs: MEET pays each Maasai girl's educational fees so they may continue their education and graduate from secondary school.

Community Stories

4 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

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Rating: 5

MEET has opened up doors for vulnerable maasai girls who would be otherwise raising kids at younger age and in the bushes herding their husbands livestock. By enrolling more girls in school, we are assured of a bright future for the girls, their families and the whole society at large.


Rating: 5

MEET firmly believes that education has the power to change a life.
Your donation will enable young Maasai girls in Kenya access to high quality education which greatly enhances their potential to build a better life for themselves & a better society for us all.
It has a dedicated in-country staff who not only provides excellent administrative support including identifying the neediest girls requiring assistance to attend school; but also, monitors the sponsored girls’ performance & progress to ensure they are successful in school.
MEET provides great transparency to donors showing exactly how donated funds are used which also demonstrates how they get the most from your generous funding which definitely makes a difference.


Rating: 5

This worthy organization is run by volunteers and all the donations go to the girls who need them. One would be hard-pressed to find a more deserving charity.


Rating: 5

This is a beautiful charity and a beacon of hope in the Kenyan Maasai young female community.
I was fortunate enough to get to see this charity up close and personal when I was there two years ago.
Young Maasai girls dont have a future in Kenya unless they are educated. Many families cannot afford this so that's where the charity comes in to help.
Only the neediest girls are chosen until, hopefully, they can all be chosen. Then, the whole community will be enriched.
The girls that I met are warm and extremely appreciative. The others are hopeful that they can be served as well.
Visiting and seeing the need here has changed how I see the world. We all need to help each other. The needs are enormous but so is our capacity to meet them. There's more than enough love to go around!