Who We are


Good Villages is a new non-profit organization registered in Miami, Florida USA with its operations in Migori County, Kenya. We provide economic and educational resources to help improve quality of life in rural villages.

In Kenyan villages, education opportunities are limited, particularly for women and girls. In Migori County, there are few schools, and those that exist are ill equipped. Twenty percent of residents have no formal education, and only 15 percent have a secondary-level education.

Western Kenya is an important trade and cultural link to Lake Victoria, the Serengeti, Uganda and Tanzania. Economic opportunity is critically important to the rural villages, as they have much to contribute to the local economy.

Good Villages is working to address these inequities through skills development, sustainable agriculture and education support.



Our mission is to reduce poverty in rural Kenyan villages through friendship and the spirit of creativity. 


We aspire to share economical approaches for ending poverty and leading families into self-sustainability. 


  1. 1. We believe in the power of human ingenuity and self-reliance
  3. 2. We believe in the priceless value of education
  5. 3. We believe in self-empowerment, particularly for women and girls
  7. 4. We believe in bridging generational and technological divides
  9. 5. We believe every person has a right to learn and pursue opportunity
$2 Micro Loan
$70 Monthly Profit
$210 profit in 3 months
Our Causes

Current Programs


Our Good Work Is Guided By Four Point Philosophy

1. Going to where the action is

We are deep in the remote area of Osogo Village in Kanyamkago location, Kenya where almost 70% of women live under $1 a day

2. Listening to the people involved

From our talk, we have learned that these villagers lack the very basics to survive and bring up healthy families.99% of them believe financial literacy, small businesses and sustainable agricultural training will help increase their income

3. Challenging the conventional wisdom

Ordinarily $2 would buy you a cookie or just a cup of coffee. An average person has been made to think that in order to succeed and bring up a stable family and educate children you need about $200 monthly income. No,they have been 200% wrong. That’s why we have proved what $2 loans can help villagers achieve in both family and business.

4. Doing the simple obvious things

To move people out of poverty, just from conversing and listening, there is urgent need for training on financial literacy, business mentorship and supply of basic school items to children. We are doing just that. BASIC.