In the lead up to International Womens Day, 2018, Dr Kakenya Ntaiya returned to Australia to share the exciting news that, thanks to the support of The LBW Trust and the Women for Change initiative, 24 of her students will be commencing tertiary studies in 2018. Three of these amazing young women will be coming to Australia, to take up scholarships at Western Sydney University, the University of Sydney, and UTS. This is a truly remarkable result from the humble beginnings of
Some wonderful photos of the class of students graduating from the Kakenya Center for Excellence. Dr Kakenya Ntaiya is giving these women the platform to stand on her shoulders, to dream big, and to achieve anything they set their minds to. "These girls were the first class at the Kakenya Center for Excellence" says Dr Kakenya Ntaiya " They have been on this journey with me and I could not be more proud of them. They have grown into incredible young women, and today they bega
This year's LBW Trust Annual Dinner, held at the Sydney Cricket Ground on March 11, was a truly exceptional evening. Unforgettable contributions by renowned Kenyan educator Dr Kakenya Ntaiya and former Pakistan cricket captain and legendary fast bowler Wasim Akram held spellbound the 500 supporters in attendance.
Kakenya's address was so powerful she received a most moving standing ovation. Her passionate belief in the power of education and the role each of us can play to
Kakenya Ntaiya brought a strong message about being bold for change at ABC Radio meeting with Eleanor Hall. In her interview she said it was a challenge to start a school in rural Kenya yet she found hundreds of girls wanting for an education. Here as keynote speaker for International Women’s Day at the National Press Club this week, Kakenya spoke about her passion for education and the role it plays in brining change to evolve culture for girls and women. Chairman David Vau
In celebration of International Women's Week, The LBW Trust is bringing Dr Kakenya Ntaiya, a globally recognised entrepreneur and international women's rights advocate, to Australia as one of this year's keynote speakers for International Women's Day in Australia. Dr Ntaiya now runs an international foundation based on her ground-breaking school in Kenya which is leveraging education and knowledge to change the lives of marginalised girls. She will share with us her stories a