Rural Women Peace Link is a grassroots, women-led organization that mobilizes, influences and promotes the participation of local women in peace building, governance and development. Below are our pillars
This project funded by Global Fund for Women seeks to address the challenges of sexual violence (early pregnancies, early marriage, and forced marriage) through mentorship. It is under our Girl Education Support and Mentorship pillar and focuses on young girls both in school and out of school.
Sauti Yangu Nguvu Yangu project supported by Ford Foundation is being implemented by Rural Women Peace Link (RWPL) in three Counties; Bungoma (Mt. Elgon Sub County), West Pokot (North Pokot Sub County) and Nandi County (Mossop Sub County).
Based on our experiences for the past few years since inception, Rural Women Peace Link has proven itself as an effective organization in promoting fundamental human rights through effective collaboration with both state and non-state actors. Aside from having the potential to achieve many more milestones, we now see more possibilities of expanding our mandate based on our successful experiences and the capacity to achieve more.