The Optiven Foundation unwavering dedication to creating positive social impact has once again shone brightly as they continued with their "Feed One More" program in Laburra, Nyeri county. The theme for this year's World Food Safety Day was Food Standards Save
This is a case of a needy student from Kajiado County, representing the plight of many students that Optiven Foundation is supporting under the SOARING EAGLES SPONSORSHIP PROGRAMME (SESP). The student who was one of those under SESP completed his
The Optiven Group Foundation has donated over 1 Million shillings (Ksh. 1.000,000) towards drought mitigation efforts in Marsabit, Turkana drought stricken communities because of the ravaging hunger watch more Mr. Wachiuri has called on all Kenyans to embrace environment sustainability
The Optiven Foundation in partnership with Upside Trust has awarded more than 50 students scholarships for Technical and vocational education and training (TVET) in various institutions within Kenya. This transition is to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education that promote
It was extremely humbling to share early Christmas with KIOTA children's home at Ruai.Thanks to the team on ground from Legal department who facilitated this noble initiative by partnering with Optiven Foundation to donate various assorted commodities to the vulnerable children.
Optiven Foundation was in Samburu on a mission of giving relief assistance to the residents facing starvation. The team is doing this through distributing food to the people at Samburu and Tamiyoi primary schools on a #FeedOneMore program. Following an increase
As the new dawn of December descended on the world, the Optiven Foundation was at the Nairobi West Prison and Kamiti prisons. The visit coincided with the World AIDS Day and it was special as the prisoners and warders were bestowed
According to the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), Kenya's Arid and Semi-Arid Lands (ASAL) region has experienced four back-to-back below-average rainy seasons, leading to the longest drought in at least 40 years and leaving at least
On 18th October 2022 Optiven Foundation touched the hearts of vulnerable children at the Kiota Children's Home in Ruai along Kangundo Road, as they extended their objective of ‘Eyes on the Community.’ Kiota, a swahili word for 'nest', represents the desire
54 year-old, whose legs were amputated due to diabetes , has everyone reason to smile after Optiven Foundation impacted her life under the #MobilityThatBringsSmile Initiative. The Foundation has empowered her with a gift of independence by donating a brand new wheelchair.