Current Projects

Kibera School for Girls

The Kibera School for Girls (KSG) was founded in 2009 and is the slum’s first free primary school for girls.

The Kibera School for Girls is comprised of a community of caregivers—teachers, parents and staff—deeply invested in girls’ education. With a teacher-student ratio of just 1:8 compared to 1:87 in Kibera, KSG’s learning environment fosters success!

Grant Me The Wisdom Final Report April 2016 here. 

Includes updates on the Kibera School for Girls, the Silanga Satellite Clinic, the Subra Satellite Clinic, and the Mathare Clinic.


Sojourners has committed to mentoring and promoting women authors, speakers, and activists who are putting their faith in action for social justice. We are calling this aspect of the program our Emerging Voices project.  Some of the amazing participants include: Alexie Torres-Fleming, Kathy Kyoungah Khang, Lyndsay Moseley, Mayra Lopez-Humphreys, Onleilove Alston, and Peggy Flanagan.  Sojourners continues to be a go-to place for a discussion of Christian feminist and womanist theologies and perspectives.  Click here to view recent blog posts and Sojourners magazine articles.

Yale Divinity School

The Grant Me the Wisdom Global Women’s Scholarship Fund

The Grant Me The Wisdom Foundation has establish an endowed scholarship fund for the benefit of international women students with demonstrated financial need at Yale Divinity School who are training for full-time ordained ministry with a focus on the needs of poor.

Been in the Storm So Long

This collaborative project, titled “‘Been in the Storm So Long’: Yale Divinity School and the Black Ministry—One Hundred and Fifty Years of Black Theological Education,” attempts to make a modest but important contribution to the correction of this oversight by chronicling and preserving the history of the black presence at Yale Divinity School from the 1830s to the mid-1980s. This study explicitly links church and academy as it also attempts to examine the impact that theological education at Yale has had on the lives and careers of generations of black ministers, educators, missionaries, and Christian activists, many of whom have made significant contributions both at home and abroad.

Families Empowered

FEFamilies Empowered is a nonprofit organization founded to support the escalating number of families searching for a great school for their child.  We are proud to sponsor Families Empowered’s Call Center!




Past Projects

If Walls Could Talk

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