Thanks to the Skees Family Foundation for this great post about BOMA on the Seeds of Hope blog!
2015 was a remarkable year for BOMA — a year in which our work was validated by some of the most well-respected organizations and foundations leading the fight against extreme poverty. We’re grateful to the donors and partners who made our progress possible.
BOMA is among 19 winners, chosen from over 1,700 applicants worldwide, selected for prestigious grant from Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Nanyuki, Northern Kenya — The BOMA Project, a U.S. nonprofit and Kenyan NGO that implements an innovative poverty-graduation program in the drylands of Africa, is among 19 winners of a global Grand Challenge grant
Nick Kristof, the Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist for the New York Times wites of BOMA: “The Power of Hope is Real.” Mr. Kristof’s column summarizes a comprehensive, independent research study published in this week’s Science magazine and is summarized and linked by Kathleen Colson’s blog below: “The Power of Hope is Real” Just a couple of weeks