Vision-2030

Vision 2030 with Wilson Kipsang Foundation The 2030 Agenda acknowledges that eradicating poverty in all its forms and dimensions, including extreme poverty, is the greatest global challenge and an indispensable requirement for sustainable development.The first Sustainable Development Goal aims to “End poverty in all its forms everywhere”. Its seven associated targets aims, among others, to eradicate extreme poverty for all people everywhere, reduce at least by half the proportion of men, women and children of all ages living in poverty, and implement nationally appropriate social protection systems and measures for…

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Kipsang Training Youths

Youth need practice inside preparing bunches you’ll have 60-100 sprinters from around the region in various pieces of town all meet in a typical gathering spot. Competitor will realize Tuesday morning is at 7am at a specific gathering spot, and Sunday is at 6:00 going for a long run. Wilson revealed to Renato that the preparation gatherings needs an increasingly “simple and perceivable preparing plan” when preparing turns out to be progressively individualized as sessions inside the gathering will change more, and individual competitors need to comprehend what each other’s…

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Kipsang Opening Training Camp

Wilson Kipsang has said there is need to train young athletes to take up positions left by retiring athletes in various fields. Kipsang, who has sponsored up to 50 young athletes from various schools, said that the youths need to be ready to take the mantle from their seniors who are almost retiring. The young athletes will benefit from the newly launched athletes training camp based at Kitany Boys High School in Elgeyo Marakwet County. “We have been training and running for a long time and the youths should be…

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Kipsang on Training Camp

Over 50 young athletes will benefit from the newly launched athletes training camp based at Kitany Boys high school in Elgeyo Marakwet County. The camp will host athletes after they went through a selection period through coaches and top five finishers in each category got a chance to train. With lack of training camps for the young people in the country, the former world  marathon champion Kipsang under Wilson Kipsang Foundation said the camp will be great talent nurturing centre for athletes from the entire country as a way of…

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Empowerment in Agri-business

Hailing from a county largely characterized as arid with limited economic opportunities, Sheila’s determination to make an impact in her community is paying off. The County government got wind of her work and recognized her achievements by using her farm as a demonstration site to inspire others during an exhibition.  Sheila Cherop is an enterprise in herself.  Equally important, she is transforming lives in her West Pokot County in Kenya thanks to her collaboration with USAID Kenya Youth Employment and Skills Program (K-YES).  She is a community-level trainer who has…

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Sleep & Athletic

So we all know the importance of sleep, and for an elite athlete it is part of the job For a world class athlete such as Wilson Kipsang, in training to attempt to break the world marathon record, sleep is very serious business indeed. So, it is a real measure of the man that during the middle of his Berlin Marathon preparation Wilson joined staff and volunteers from GEF to sleep rough for a night in the ‘House with no walls’. The photos say it all and Wilson (seen trying…

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