Franky’s foundation is a Non- Governmental Organization and ICT-based organization that supports and empowers women with hands-on ICT skills in Laptops and smartphone repairs free of charge to reach out to needy women and help create jobs and self-employment opportunities to eradicate poverty in our developing country. Our target group include the following: Refugee women; physically challenged women; and Vulnerable, impoverished, and marginalized women From our inception in 2019, we have achieved notable milestones which include: partnering with the ministry of ICT, International Rescue Committee, Jamii training institute, and Musha foundation to expand our outreach through key CSR programs. We have also partnered with managers without borders, a non – profit organization in Germany that fights poverty in socially and economically weak regions of the world. The foundation accompanies and supports our steps of development through knowledge transfer by the assignment of a manager. We have also had numerous achievements which include training up to 200 young women in basic ICT skills and they have graduated after 3 months of training.
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Frankline Ojiambo is the Founder and Director of Franky's foundation, an award winner of the Entrepreneurship World cup Kenya National competition 2021, winner of stories of change competition 2021 from Gov junction in the Uk, and a social founder of the year awarded by the Tucsi Foundation of India. Mr. Ojiambo is a natural leader, a noted philanthropist, a champion of Affirmative Action, and a Kenyan entrepreneur with 8 years of experience in the ICT industry. Over the past years, he has partnered and enjoyed working with a wide variety of organizations on different projects simultaneously to its completion focusing on tackling poverty, gender inequality, and the disparaging wage gap amongst women country-wide.
Since the inception of Franky’s Foundation in 2019, Mr. Ojiambo has achieved notable milestones and numerous achievements which include: empowering and training 200 women in ICT hands-on skills, partnering with the ministry of ICT, innovation and youths affairs, International Rescue Committee, Jamii training institute, Musha Care Foundation and managers without borders to help women tame employment through ICT hands-on training skills and expand the Foundation outreach through key CSR programs.