RWPL Pillars

Mentorship and Girls Education Support

The objective of this vital pillar is to provide access to quality education for girls from underprivileged backgrounds and to motivate young girls to take up leadership roles and participate in decision-making platforms.

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Leadership and Governance

Mentoring women leaders through capacity building training and exposure to be able to participate in leadership effectively and vie for electable positions and also pursue other areas of leaders. (more…)

Peace Building and Conflict Mitigation

We strengthen the role of rural women and youth groups in mitigating violence in the community, monitoring conflict through early warning indicators and mediating conflicts. (more…)

Women’s Economic Empowerment

This pillar focuses on grassroots women and women survivors of conflict and gender based violence to promote sustainable livelihood management through offering life skills and entrepreneurship; (more…)

Women’s Human Rights

Advancing recognition and appreciation of women’s human rights in the communities against socio-cultural restrictions and negative perceptions by training of rural based women (more…)

Latest Projects

KENYAN GIRL’S FORWARD

Kenyan Girl’s Forward (KGF) is an initiative under the Education Support and Mentorship Pillar of Rural Women Peace Link. KGF supports needy but capable students selected from various schools and having poor backgrounds. The program was introduced in 2012 following a visit by Caroline Jones and Jo Robertson in October 2011. Since then they have been […]

UNCONQUERED

“I saw how the society looks down on illiterate women and I realized I have to go back to school to be an example and to make my future more fruitful.” Lucy Bor got married at the tender age of 16, a common experience for young girls in Kapkaragon Village, Nandi County, where she comes […]

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT 2

FINANCE OFFICER (1 POSITION) Rural Women Peace Link is a dynamic women-led non-governmental organization that is pro-actively engaged in promoting the rights of women through positive engagement with both state and non-state actors. We wish to fill the vacancy of FINANCE OFFICER. The Finance Officer will be responsible for management of project funds and will […]

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International Women's Day 2014

Chemisik dancers from East Baringo warming up to the International Women's Day celebrations at Chamolingot Deputy County Commissioners office prior to the procession ...

Posted by Rural Women Peace LINK on Wednesday, March 12, 2014

IMPACT

Women reached through various programs
38000
Grassroots Women Networks Established
500
Girls Rescued from FGM & GBV
340
Girls Participated in Mentorship programme
230

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