RWPL Pillars

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…)

Education Support and Mentorship

Supporting and encouraging beneficiaries, mostly bright promising girls that are identified from vulnerable backgrounds, to take up opportunities offered through formal education in schools and colleges. (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…)

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On this day, when the world marks the International Day of the Girl, I find myself pondering on why we commemorate this day and what it really means to empower the girl child. Despite the fact that over the years different people and organizations have mobilized efforts aimed towards emancipating the girl child it is […]


Irene’s story is one such story that is marked by resilience and raw determination. She is one of the few lucky girls from her community to have successfully completed secondary school education. She underwent Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) when she was barely 10 years and her parents were already grooming her for marriage by the […]

Conflict Mitigation: Media Training

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

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