Safaricom Foundation last week launched its three year strategic roadmap, which commits to focus on health, education and economic empowerment in Kenya.
In the new strategy, the Foundation will also continue to provide immediate financial support to relief agencies and local organisations that are first responders to emergencies and disasters.
Safaricom plans to work with a wide range of partners to co-create strategic and shared value programmes and also engage in advocacy activities that relate to deepening the impact of our work and our partnerships.
Over the last 15 years, the Safaricom Foundation has reached more than four million Kenyans across the country through programmess aimed at alleviating poverty, extending quality education to nomadic communities, increasing access to maternal health care and improving access to clean water.
The extensive reach has been attained through partnerships with more than 1,000 organisations.