Kazi (PM: Avery Hawthorne, firstname.lastname@example.org) is an active-wear line that gives back by empowering both women and children in Africa’s largest slum. This project was founded by Avery Hawthorne. Every summer Avery has gone to Africa’s largest slum, Kibera, where she has been exposed to the numerous issues that lead to cyclical poverty. She would like to employ the women of Kibera, who typically lack empowerment and end up in the sex trade, to make athletic wear. Through this employment, they would also be able to feed their families and send their children to school. Additionally, part of the profits would go to fund sports programs in the slum. Extracurricular activities are outlets we take for granted in the US and could provide important team building and leadership skills while keeping kids off the dangerous streets.