Kenya Girls Forward Initiative was introduced in 2012 following Caroline Jones and Jo Robertson’s visit to Kenya in October 2010. During their visit, they had an opportunity to interact with many girls who were dropping out of school
The project is being implemented in Uasin Gishu County (Huruma and D-Block) and is supported by the Civil Peace Service (GIZ). It aims to prevent new displacements in Huruma and D-Block by promoting peaceful and integrated societies
Sauti Yangu Nguvu Yangu project supported by Ford Foundation was implemented by Rural Women Peace Link (RWPL) in three Counties; Bungoma (Mt. Elgon Sub County), West Pokot..
This project funded by Global Fund for Women sought to address the challenges of sexual violence (early pregnancies, early marriage, and forced marriage) through mentorship
Rural Women Peace Link implemented this program from November 2016 with support from the Embassy of Finland – Nairobi. The program was implemented in Uasin Gishu, Bungoma, and West Pokot counties
This was a project funded by The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) in partnership with Internews and FHI360 in the program Safeguarding Democratic Space in Kenya (SADES-K).