That Kenya has good and well-thought out policies and laws to deal with trafficking in labour in the country is a fact that keen watchers of this sector can attest to. Without a doubt, the State has a responsibility to protect citizens from all manner of exploitation, including by foreigners abroad… WON Executive Director Njeri
By JUDIE KABERIA NAIROBI, Kenya Nov 11 – It has been five years now, but the memories of his brother are still fresh in Nixon’s mind. He speaks openly about his condition, but remains distressed by the circumstances under which he lost his elder brother, Enoch Lugadiru. WON Chairperson Judie Kaberia writes on Capital FM.
In 2020, COVID-19 touched our lives in nearly every way, everywhere, as countries went into lockdown and restricted movement to contain the spread of the virus. As doors closed and isolation began, reports of all forms of violence against women and girls, particularly domestic violence, began to rise. Click here for more. Source: UN Women
If there is anything or lesson emerging from the current heated debate on the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI), it is the critical need for women to join politics in their numbers – the outcome of the referendum on the BBI notwithstanding. WON Executive Director Njeri Rugene writes on Daily Nation. Click here for for more…
Last week was one of the most difficult ones for Teresa in recent times. Although related encounters have almost defined her life since she started running a safe house for sexually abused girls aged between 3-14 years, this particular case has been quite a challenge WON Executive Director Njeri Rugene writes in Daily Nation. Click here