Society Empowerment Project (SEP), is a community based organization focused on
empowering youth and promoting community development in the rural town of Oyugis and the
surrounding HomaBay County. The region is characterized by high levels of HIV/AIDS infections,
poverty and food insecurity. SEP uses agriculture as a means of empowering communities for
food security and for income generation aimed at subsidizing school related costs among young
people who are members of SEP. Football is our primary strategy for mobilization and
awareness creation on various social challenges faced by our community.
Programmes Implemented: Down load full report from the media Annual Report – 2014- SOCIETY EMPOWERMENT PROJECT


Read more on SEP WASH Activities here – go to media and down load

interim report draft 20141118 – Revised

One Response to “SEP Annual Report – 2014”

  1. admin
    January 21, 2015 at 12:33 pm #

    SEP is determined to continue its good work in the community. We therefore need your support! Give us your feedback on the posts in this wall.