NAIROBI, 15th March, 2019…. Safaricom (NSE: SCOM<>) has today handed over KES.4.7 million worth of secondary school scholarships to benefit 100 students from disadvantaged background across the country. The telco through its Foundation collaborated with the Ministry of Education for this initiative following Cabinet Secretary Amb. Amina Mohamed’s request onRead More →

Nairobi, Monday, 25th June 2018… Final preparations are in high gear ahead of the inaugural Young Scientists Kenya (YSK) National Science and Technology Exhibition, which is set to take place at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC) on 5th and 6th July 2018.  Young Scientists Kenya is a unique platformRead More →

Eldoret, May 25th 2018… Safaricom Foundation in partnership with the Kenya Diabetes Management and Information Centre today held a medical camp at Huruma Grounds in Eldoret as part of the foundations efforts to ease access to quality medical care in in the country. The medical camp saw over 2500 peopleRead More →

Nairobi, May 23rd, 2018…. 35 out of the 300 women who have been screened for fistula at the Embu Level 5 hospital have will this week undergo surgery. The drive is being supported by Safaricom Foundation, Freedom from Fistula Foundation and Flying Doctors Society of Africa.  “We seek to raiseRead More →

The strategy is geared towards positively impacting local communities. Nairobi, Kenya – 17th May 2018… Safaricom Foundation has today launched its three year strategic roadmap, which commits to focus on health, education and economic empowerment. In the new strategy, the Foundation will also continue to provide immediate financial support to relief agencies andRead More →

Nairobi, April 23rd, 2018… Mirihini Dispensary from Kilifi County have benefited from a borehole and a solar water pump courtesy of Safaricom Foundation. The Safaricom Foundation funded the project to a tune of KES 3Million with efforts that will ease access to quality medical care in the County. “The newRead More →