• Reafric Social Enterprise

    Reafric  is a social enterprise that cuts across several issue in areas including environment, education, gender, youth and talent empowerment. It is a recycling company that collects waste materials such as leather boards from industries, discarded fabric from tailors, used vehicle tires, leather from carpenters, and old jeans. With these materials, we make durable quality footwear that is sold both locally and abroad.

    These shoes are produced in partnership with skilled artisans and women’s groups located in the informal settlements of Kibera as a means to generate sustainable income for themselves and their families. Ten percent of the revenue generated is reinvested into the community through educational scholarships and behavior change campaigns aimed at encouraging youth to make healthy life choices especially around social issues like sexual and reproductive health, drugs and alcohol abuse, and life skills- keeping off from peer pressure and activities pertaining crime , division amongst ethnic communities, riots and destruction of public and private properties.


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  1. Alexx Wereh says: 04.09.2018 at 18:02Reply

    Good stuff Julius!

  2. Lincy Tracy says: 04.09.2018 at 20:13Reply

    Am really moved by this incredible creativity from Reafric enterprise youth creation of such job opportunities for the youth to earn a living is just wonderful

  3. Victoria says: 12.09.2018 at 05:26Reply

    Nice project hope you win and all best

  4. Lydiah Anyango says: 13.09.2018 at 16:25Reply

    Someone ones said that for us to achieve a peaceful word..Our youths must be economically empowered….This is just a great way to achieve it…Thank you for the great job.

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  6. haward says: 16.09.2018 at 22:11Reply

    nice shoes bro

  7. Hawaah Khasandi says: 19.09.2018 at 11:06Reply

    big up to reafric and keep up the good work

  8. Oliver Omondi says: 24.09.2018 at 14:09Reply

    Great initiative bro! The light has started shining at the end of the tunnel. May it have a great positive impact to the community.

  9. Daniel Mwangi says: 25.09.2018 at 15:20Reply

    Great stuff. The Environmental impact is very evident.

  10. Stephen Ndanga says: 25.09.2018 at 19:58Reply

    Thank Julius for the good work. This is giving job opportunities and also environmental friendly. Big up.