OUR IMPACT & UPDATES
By March 2022, NDT had reached over 21,043 children
OVER 200 GIRLS PROVIDED WITH MONTHLY SANITARY PRODUCTS
Since 2016, in Kenya, we’ve been providing 210 of our most vulnerable girls and 16 volunteers, per year, with monthly sanitary pads.
14 of our Kenyan NDT girls received full secondary school scholarships
MISS OUT ON SCHOOL
19% “I no longer miss school” and 2% of our pad girls say “I no longer use rags”
66 UK volunteers have been on tour to visit our projects, with 7 returning volunteers
We've worked in 165 schools across Kenya, Uganda, Ghana, Pakistan and India
VILLAGES AND COMMUNITIES
We've worked in 15 villages and communities across Kenya, Uganda, Ghana, Pakistan and India
Martina Mayayo, Kenya Coach
"I’m coaching netball with NDT at Kibindoi primary school. We have now registered around 42 kids learning netball with us. I’m really happy with this programme because, myself, I was trained netball by NDT, so it fits really well to give back to NDT. Besides netball, through NDT, I also got an education scholarship for my secondary school and I’m now informed.
Thank you NDT"
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UPDATES ON THE SUPER SIX
May 09 2021
Our NDT Kenya coordinator, Mr Joseph Dawson Olita, spent the 2019 Independence weekend (1-2 June 2019) in Kitui County of Eastern Kenya visiting our 6 NDT girls who are on an education scholarship there with Katwala High School for Girls. He met the 6 girls and their coaches and later held discussions with the school principal on strengthening the scholarship programme.
SUPER SIX SELECTED FOR SCHOLARSHIPS
January 13 2019
We are delighted to share this Incredible news with you - Six of our NDT Kenya girls have received secondary school scholarships purely based on the netball they have learnt under NDT.
It’s a full scholarship – all their tuition fees are being paid - they just have to pay for their meals, transport and personal items. They left Bungoma county for Katwala High School in Eastern Kenya on 13 Jan 2019.