What we do
We strengthen women’s grassroots networks and activities through participation in peace building and decision making to at least one third (as stipulated in the constitution) through collective action and advocacy for peace and social justice of the communities.
We lobby for the upholding of provisions in the constitution pertaining to women’s human rights, influenced by the stronger voice of elected and nominated women in county assemblies in order to promote effective governance and increased participation of women in decision making;
We lobby for resources ensuring at least 15-30% budget allocations for women specific issues at the county levels is realized through empowerment, diversification of skills and knowledge development.
Support measures by national and county governments that facilitate increased access to reproductive health services for women and girls in at grassroots level
Commemoration of International Women’s Day on March 8th 2014. Nandi, Trans Nzoia and Uasin Gishu West Pokot and East Baringo.