Since its inception in 2010, the M-PESA Foundation has been keen to partner with Kenyans on large scale and long term highly impactful social projects. It aims to promote Health, Education and Environmental Conservation for the social and economic benefit of the people of Kenya.

We continue to implement large- scale and highly impactful community projects across our three pillars. All our projects are partner implemented. These include Uzazi Salama, a Maternal and New born health project and LEAP, a project to train Community Health Volunteers under our health pillar.

In education, we are supporting bright children from economically disadvantaged backgrounds through the M-PESA Foundation Academy as well as the Starehe Girls Centre.

Under environmental conservation, we have invested in a fencing project of the Mau Eburu forest to curb recurring human-wildlife conflict, in partnership with the Kenya Association of Manufacturers (KAM) to conserve the Nairobi National Park through the Nairobi Greenline project. We also partnered with Reteti Elephant Sanctuary to help protect the orphaned and abandoned elephant calves in the Sanctuary.

Under Integrated livelihoods we partnered with the Kenya Red Cross Society to rehabilitate Nyalani dam in Kwale County to improve food security and livelihoods for the people of Kinango.


669 Students Have been impacted through MPESA Foundation...READ MORE
600 Starehe Girls Centre have been impacted through infrastructural development in the school...READ MORE
2,796 Mothers have delivered in health facilities under Uzazi Salama in Samburu County...READ MORE
3000 Community Health Volunteers have been trained through The Learning Enablement Platform (LEAP)...READ MORE
56 Health Facilities have also been upgraded and equipped with medical equipment in Samburu County...READ MORE
30,000 Teenage girls Number of beneficiaries of the Menstrual Health Programme ...READ MORE
6,000 Mothers and Newborns 6,000 ...READ MORE
3,000 Healthcare Workers Over 3,000 healthcare workers received personal protective equipment (PPEs) as part of our COVID-19 response donation ...READ MORE
800,000 Girls Number of girls who benefited from 3 months supply of sanitary towels ...READ MORE
180,000 Girls Number of girls who received 3 months’ supply of sanitary towels...READ MORE
Environmental Conservation
250,000 Indigenous Trees have been planted at the Nairobi National Park through the Nairobi Greenline project...READ MORE
43km Of Mau Eburu Forest has been fenced...READ MORE
150 Beehives have been placed in the Mau Eburu Forest, boosting the livelihoods of the Ogiek community...READ MORE
10 Elephants are currently being hosted in the expanded elephant stable at Reteti Elephant Sanctuary from the initial five elephants...READ MORE
20 Is the Total Elephant capacity that can be hosted in the expanded elephant stable...READ MORE
15 Roan Antelopes Number of remaining roan antelopes in Kenya found in Ruma National Park in Homa Bay County....READ MORE
Integrated Livelihoods
13,000 Number of People have been impacted through health education and hygiene through the Nyalani food security project...READ MORE
105 Acres of Land set aside for farming in Nyalani...READ MORE
22,000 Residents Number of residents in Kwale County who will benefit from a solar powered water pump at Nyalani Dam. ...READ MORE
22,000 Residents Number of residents in Kisumu who will access clean water and sanitation through a Last Mile Connection project....READ MORE