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Rescue Center

While circumcision is officially prohibited by the Kenyan government, many Maasai continue the practice as part of their culture and rite of passage for girls.  Learn more about protecting young girls from circumcision and early marriages.
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This educational complex, established in 2008 by Hellen Nkugraiya, enables Maji Moto inhabitants – both children and adults – to receive a basic education and vocational training, allowing for greater self-sufficiency and a brighter future.Learn More

Maasai Widows

Maasai women do not have a right to own property.  Because of the tradition of early marriages, many are widowed while still young.  They are typically uneducated and unable to find work, leading to further poverty for themselves and their families.Learn More