Our people are passionate about Kenana Knitters, we are a family that is made up of friends, neighbors and relatives. There are numerous threads that connect our knitters to each other and we all love being part of the team.
Kenana Knitters provides not only a fair wage but also, regular steady employment. We have created a space where the women are able to take charge of their own lives and build a brighter future for themselves and their families. We ensure that our knitters are treated with respect and dignity.
Paddy Nightingale, Our Founder
Paddy founded Kenana Knitters to provide the women in the area with a sustainable income, since then the organisation has grown by leaps and bounds, but Paddy can still be found in her office.. dedicated to the ladies, and to designing more of the perfect creations we have today
Head of Production
Kenana has been very good to me, my immediate and extended family. As the oldest sibling; after the death of my parents a lot of responsibilities fell on me. I have been able
to support my brothers and sisters through my work at Kenana and they are now all
independent with families of their own.
Read more about our other knitters...
Wondering who made your new knitted item? Some of our other knitters are in the list below...
Nancy Ekeno | Monica Chelangat | Ann Nyokabi | Milicent Oduor | Lucy Muthoni | Joyce Gathoni
Mary Ngotho | Nancy Nyambura | Mary Amuria | Sarah Njoki | Lucy Njeri | Joyce Cherotich
Ann Saimon | Ann Emuria | Naureen Vihenda | Margaret Chepkirui | Esther Njoroge | Lydia Wanjiru
Ruth Kerubo | Hellen Wangui | Margaret Lopkoki | Grace Mbugua | Violet Maina | Ann Logosio
Rose Nduta | Jane Mburu | Margaret Karanja | Margaret Nyambura | Veronica Wanjiku
Caroline Chepkorir | Beth Wambui | Mary Mugure | Stella Wambia | Grace Gichohi | Grace Nanok
Grace Muchemi | Mary Wanjiru | Nancy Muringe | Naomi Wairimu | Virginia Wairimu | Monica Mumbi
Jane Wacuka | Emily Rotich | Susan Wanjiku | Loise Wangari | Grace Wanjiku | Grace Wambui