EASTERN AFRICA REGION IMPACT REPORTS
A total of over 107 teenagers were reached and 56 teens and youth who were displaced were returned to their families and accommodation provided for the rest who had no homes, with a brother and nanny to look after them.
Imaginarium has appeared nine times in seven different countries (Madagascar, Tunisia, Nigeria, Ghana, France, Reunion and Comoros). The number of people impacted is estimated at 1500.
In commemoration of the International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation (6th February), FALF Ambassador in Kenya, Lotan Salapei, visited over 100 girls in Maralal Town, Samburu County.
2015 Future Africa Leaders Award Winner ISIAGI SHARON in collaboration with various specialized service providers (Uganda Cares, Nakasero Blood Bank, Makerere University Walter Reed Project and St. Stephen’s Clinic) organized a medical outreach
FALA 2014 Star Winner, Lotan Salapei celebrated Africa day in style by distributing 176 free solar lamps to students of Olepolos primary school in Kajiado County, Kenya.
She partnered with USAID, Naguru Teenage Centre, UK AID, UHMG Uganda Heath Marketing Group), Zoe Medical center and St. Stephen's Medical center, and Red Cross Society, Uganda.
Frank Nkya, a 2016 FALA Award recipient visited a named Secondary School (Mbezi High School) in the City of Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania.