About Us

Who we are


Big Minds Community Association (BMCA) is a non-profit community Based Organization (CBO) that is registered under Attorney General Office in Kenya under the Society’s Act 2019. The CBO advocates for Girl child welfare, women health care, Gender Based Violence (GBV), community empowerment and learning opportunities through community projects that promote social change, transformation, sustainable personal and youth development programs. Most of our projects/programs concentrate in Nairobi’s urban slums.

Our overall goal is to outline the linkages between community, business entity, Non-State actors (NGOs, CBOs etc.), corporate donors and the government to achieve the Sustainable development Goals (SDGs) on gender equality, Kenya’s vision 2030 through youth/women unity as key milestone to sustainable development goals.

 We aspire to increase the coverage and quality of women-girl child/youth projects Reproductive Health, Governance, Social Recreational activities like sports, peer pressure, health (HIV/AIDS), Art/culture and other components that will benefit women/youth in communities within Kenya and all areas that have been affected by Human ignorance & poverty.


Envision to enhance the community by improving health, education and social –economic empowerment


To provide basic service and learning opportunities for girls and the local community through community driven projects/programs

Core Values

IntegrityTeam workCompetenceCreativity and innovation


Girls on scholarship program


Sanitary Towels given


Successfull Projects


Years of humanity

The Team

Our Experts

Madam Monica Karanja

Founder & Director

Jackline Wangari

Head Engineer (US)

Julius Okoth

Head Engineer (CN)

Maria Jay

Head Engineer (AU)

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Addressing Challenges Faced by Girl Children

In a world that strives for progress and equality, it is crucial that we pay attention to the needs of less fortunate girls and provide them with opportunities to thrive and reach their full potential.

Strengthening Less Fortunate Girls

In the heart of many developing nations, poor slums are home to countless families struggling to make ends meet.