With the support of young women Leadership Institute we hold conversations with adolescents in the community on myths and stereotypical attitudes around gender-based violence (GBV) that shape the way in which society perceives and responds to violence against women and girls.#16DaysOfActivismAgainstGenderBasedViolence
Health is a fundamental human right and a key indicator of sustainable development. Poor health threatens the rights of children to education, limits economic opportunities for men and women and increases poverty within communities and countries around the world. In recent years, notable progress has been made, but significant challenges remain and in order to accelerate progress and address new …
Good menstrual hygiene management (MHM) plays a fundamental role in enabling girls to reach their full potential. The negative impacts of a lack of good menstrual health and hygiene cut across sectors,hence we are glad to be creating awareness and educating girls and boys on good menstrual hygiene.
Adolescents Art Festival 2022 brought together girls from different diversity and we had the opportunity to hold conversations on how best they can be involved in the prevention of GBV and femicide in the community and how to express what they feel about Gender-based violence through Art
This event brought together people from different diversity that supported us and made us realize our goal of better health by provision of drugs for children with sickle-cell disease from underpriviledged families in Kisumu.
Young people face the world’s highest burden of sexual violence. Nevertheless its our sole responsibility to help end all forms of violence against girls in the society #Mydearbody
As part of advocacy and creating awareness on sicklecell disease, last week we held a fundraiser to help support 10 identified children in the marginalised communities of Kisumu purchase medication. With the support of County government of Kisumu through Dr Peter Okoth We will work together to ensure the prevalence of sicklecell in kisumu county
Through reaching out to younger girls with information on Gender-Based Violence we make steps at creating awareness and helping the generation equip themselves to speak up and get help rather than staying quiet and dying in silence.
INTRODUCTION The Sickle Cell fundraiser dubbed as coffee for champions was done under the organization’s third program. The activity was solely done to help in fundraising for money to buy drugs for identified children from the informal settlement areas within Kisumu central subcounty. The organization intended to create awareness to the public on Sickle cell anaemia disease as well as …
In partnership with Millennial Legacy Foundation and Rotary Club of Kisumu, we managed to go to Rachuonyo where we donated Sanitary towels and other personal hygiene effects like bathing soap and tissue to boys and girls. We also had conversations and gave them a safe space to talk about issues that daily affects them as adolescents.Thank you to our partners …