Education Program

GoHF works with at-risk youth in rural areas and urban slums and recognizes the need to provide them with guidance and support for personal growth and development, and to promote positive life outcomes. Youth mentorship is a vital component of youth development envisioned by GoHF that targets young people in schools.


One-on-one mentorship

This focuses on pairing mentors with students(mentees) to help them have an in-depth discussion around issues affecting their lives and future careers in order to develop a clear action plan.

Scholarship project

aims to keep bright students from Kibera slums in school by paying their school fees and mentoring them to ensure they are able to reach their academic goals


Group mentorship

This consists of a group being mentored in one session. It allows for different ideas to be shared among the members of the program and provides unique advice to the mentees.

Menstrual hygiene

This project focuses on educating teenage boys and girls in local schools in Kibra slums and Homabay county on menstrual hygiene and distributing sanitary products to girls and women who have no access to menstrual products.

Peer education project

Works with adolescent boys and girls to strengthen their knowledge and skills in three areas. personal development, sexuality, and communication.