NAWEZA (Girl-led skills, safe space, and mentorship program)
Project DAWN (MWAMKO)
Gender Equality and Women EmpowermentProgram
COVID-19 Response and Recovery Our
Safe shelter for girls from FGM, Child Marriage, and Sexual abuse
After School Program
Menstrual Care for girls
Naweza is an adolescent girls' year-long human rights & skills-based program broken into 16 weeks of training sessions. This skill-based program addresses the numerous topics prevalent in the lives of young Kuria women. NAWEZA provides a safe place for girls to be who they are, educational and recreational experiences through positive social interactions. The program introduces girls to the importance of confidence and the potential and power of women. It is co-designed by girls to provide the girls with an empowering experience emphasizing the impact of the harmful effects of Female Genital Mutilation.
Respectful name for a girl in Kuria (Expanding SRHR for adolescents and young women in Kuria). Our girl-led program enhances girls' capacity as an agency to demand their SRHR, including comprehensive service provision.
Supported by HIVOS under the Regional SRHR Fund, puts girls at the forefront by telling their stories, amplifying their voices, calling for action, building alliances, and breaking the barriers to service provision SRHR.
Supported by UNFPA KENYA and World Vision KE aim to ensure that girls and women are empowered to exercise and express their rights by transforming social and gender norms in communities to eliminate FGM.
COMMUNITY RESILIENCE FUND FOR GIRLS IN KURIA support the most vulnerable girls (8-18 years) with access to healthcare, justice for Gender-based violence survivors, increasing access to SRHR and essentials through direct cash transfer, cash voucher system redeemable at partner women-owned shops & businesses.
We provide an intermediate safe shelter for girls who flee from FGM, are rescued from Child Marriage, and survivors of Sexual Abuse. We provide hot meals & essentials, a change of clothes, a place to sleep, and psychosocial support for as long as needed.
Our Story-time and reading sessions weekly engage 300 children aged 8 to 14 years through storytelling sessions involving learning from African stories of folk tales, fairy tales, adventure stories e.t.c
We support access to accurate information and service for menstrual health for girls. Secondly, fundraise and deliver menstrual products to 500 girls every month in Kuria and support girls in Homabay and Kisumu counties.