The trained and skilled women on the program design and develop income generating products which are sold. The products proceeds are used in the sustainability of the organization for continuity and success. Some of our products are: Bags ( conference bags, laptop bags, shopping bags, clutch bags and tote bags) Art and hand crafts African jewels African table mats, Wall hangings.
Life bloom services international is one of the KCDF projects in Huruma/Mathare area in a project titled "Sex workers Stepping Out and Stepping Up (SOSU 1 and 2).The project had two phases and the second phase of the SOSU project (Oct 2015-Sep. 2016) has seen 276 women trained and will be graduating on 21st October, 2016.
Through LBSI projects and the provided service, our key population is able to access socio- economic – political justice. All the projects are founded on a pillar of transformational leadership. Working from the streets, bars, lodges and brothels, LBSI through her Peer Mentor Model, follow the women to their homes and families, to support them in their transition towards positively product.
In the project of the Counter human trafficking, LBSI in collaboration with International Organization of (IOM has trained 30 persons on issues related with human trafficking and the indicators of trafficked persons, how and where to refer them. The persons trained were LBSI mentors, Media people, LBSI stakeholders and partners. As a result, LBSI through the peer mentor model has been able to reach and empower sex workers and other women on the ground.
In the month of March this year LBSI together with her partner and stake holders received training for one week on Anti –human trafficking. At the end of the training a referral mechanism was established which made the work anti human trafficking easier.
In this section, you will find resources created by LBSI itself, by
our grantees, and by other organizations working to ensure women,girls
and children have full access to their dignified lives. The resources
in this section are meant to help current and potential grantees, LBSI
beneficiaries and donors, and anyone interested in women, girls and
men and development learn more about our organization, learn about
best practices in the field, and plan their own projects.
Wanjiru, Project Officer/Trainer
Esther Munji, The program sustainability & Publicity Officer
Meriba Mwende, M&E Officer
Catherine W. Wanjohi, CEO life Bloom
Teresiah Musya, Office Admnistrator/ Accounts clerk