Across residential areas in Kenya's capital Nairobi, liquid soap is a popular product, with hundreds of households using it.
The soap has been in use in Kenya for years, making families save cash that they would otherwise use on commercial detergents.
Living off the liquid soap are dozens of Kenyan women, who dedicatedly make it and hawk in estates or sell at open air markets.
"The good thing with liquid soap business is that it is easier to start and the product moves faster,"
Through the training, the women have been able to develop a line of branded liquid soap products The women have established a small store within Kibera where they plan to sell the soap, in addition to door-to-door sales and product placement in shops.
The project focuses on training women on how to make, brand and market
soap products such as shampoo, handwash,Hand sanitizer,Disinfectants,Liqiud soap,Toilet cleanerAir freshener, dish-washing and other
multi-purpose liquid detergents
and supermarkets. the income generating project will help guard against gender-based violence (GBV)
for many at risk women enrolled in the programme. “These women need them eans to stand on their own two feet economically, which is what the project provides. Our organization also works to offer psycho social support to them and to other women and girls in Kibera, which reinforces their confidence and ability to respond to and prevent GBV,
The main reason for funds raising is to buy the mixing machine to make the work easy.it has been made from recycled materials and all our packaging bottles we collect them from Nairobi river and wash them mainly are waters bottles and sodas.
OUR PROJECT IS UNDER 17 DEVELOPMENT GOALS. NO.
Everyone can make bar soap, but liquid soap is a unique product. we plan
to focus on making hand wash which we can sell within Kibera and rest of kenya to encourage
hand hygiene during this period, of pandemic.
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