About Us

Welcome to Nawiri Sisters Foundation

Nawiri Sisters Foundation aims to fight shame and restore dignity to adolescent girls through mentorship and provision of sanitary towels. The initiative is implemented through the Hadhi (dignity) Triangle, a concept that brings together adolescent girls in institutions and pairs them with a youth mentor (university students) from the region and stakeholders (teachers, parents, partners, donors and the community).

The collaboration between these partners is critical in holistically addressing period stigma among adolescent girls by creating awareness, providing information and establishing a counter-narrative to that of taboos, myths and stigma around menstruation, while providing menstrual hygiene materials. The Foundation has so far been able to directly reach over 1000 adolescent girls from Madaraka Primary School, Ngei Primary School, Saint Aloysius Gonzaga, Baraka za Ibrahim children centre and surrounding communities, all in Nairobi County.

Our Vision

To eradicate period stigma in Africa.

Our Mission

To address period stigma among adolescent girls through mentorship and provision of menstrual health management products and education, leveraging on the support of volunteers, donors, and other stakeholders

Core Values


Being honest and having strong moral principles..


being honest and open


being accountable; responsibility.


reacting quickly and positively.


providing equal access to opportunities and resources for people who might otherwise be excluded or marginalized


ability to be maintained at a certain rate or level.

Our Leadership


Catherine Mumo

Founder & Partner

The nation will find it very hard to look up to the leaders who are keeping their ears to the ground.


Rachael Otieno

Communication's Director

The smallest act of kindness is worth more than the grandest intention.

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Elizabeth W. Mutisya

Digital Lead

It’s easy to make a buck. It’s a lot tougher to make a difference.



Project Director

Never underestimate your ability to make someone else’s life better – even if you never know it.


Jeff Obonyo

Communication's Officer

Three keys to more abundant living: caring about others, daring for others, sharing with others.


Elizabeth Agani

Madaraka School Coordinator

Being good is commendable, but only when it is combined with doing good is it useful.


Serahz Sirama

Baraka Za Ibrahim Coordinator

Love cannot remain by itself – it has no meaning. Love has to be put into action, and that action is service.


Ian Makamara

Legal Affairs Head

Your voice will always be as loud as the impact you wish to make