Welcome To Society Empowerment Project

Society Empowerment Project (SEP) is a community based organization focused on empowering youth and promoting community development in the rural town of Oyugis and the surrounding Homa Bay County . The region is characterized by high levels of HIV/AIDS infections, poverty, limited education opportunities and food insecurity. SEP uses agriculture as a means of empowering communities for food security and for income generation. Football is our primary strategy for mobilization and awareness creation on reproductive health issues including HIV/AIDS. SEP has also had successful economic development programs in promoting agriculture productivities through football activities around Rachuonyo South district. Thus enhances economic peace building which targets both micro- and macro- levels and aims to create economic opportunities and ensures that the basic need of the generations are met.

Recent Causes

Below are some of our recent events in respect to our community outreach and activities.

Soccer Match

The above photo is SEP Ladies Soccer during their match against Solasa Stima in Eldoret,the FKF Women Cup. SEP beat Solasa 4-0. Congratulations to all of you for your continued support. Thank you SEP ladies,you have done us proud!!

Sports Tournament

SEP Team managed to emerge victorious in their away match against Solasa Stima in Eldoret. We urge the ladies to keep up the great form and their winning ways. Congratualations to the team you continue to do us proud.

Afforestation Program

SEP aforrestration program is quickly taking shape. The members are ongoing with potting process. Seeds (eucalyptus tree) was also planted last week. The purpose of the program is plant trees along the road reserves along Ruga -Oyugis road, refill part of Kodera Forrest,initiate individual wood locks among members as well as selling of surplus seedlings for income. SEP is already involving youth out of school on meaningful community learning.

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