Elimination Of Violence Against Women And Girls

Ending violence against women and girls remains one of the most serious and ongoing challenges worldwide. INUA KIKE focuses on Elimination of Violence against Women & Girls in urban informal settlements and rural areas of Kenya by facilitating development, promotion and enforcement of appropriate mechanisms for prevention, protection and response to violence against women.

We mobilize, organize and strengthen grass-roots networks, structures and mechanisms for prevention and effective response to VAWG at all levels. This includes establishment and/or strengthening of community working groups, community VAWG resource centers, as well as support to champions of change and community resource persons.

INUA KIKE establishes multi-sectoral community VAWG working groups with membership from government, girls/women and youth groups.



Primary beneficiaries:

Poor, vulnerable women and girls, with or without disabilities from the urban informal settlements and interior rural areas of Kenya challenged by women and girls' economic dependency, illiteracy, marginalization, HIV/AIDS, Sexual & Gender Based Violence (SGBV), conflict, insensitive laws and policies.

Secondary beneficiaries:

Households headed by women and girls/widowed fostered, fostering/taking care of vulnerable children, girls, youth and men. The women and girls are the main bread winners.

INUA KIKE targets the improvement of livelihood and wellbeing of the vulnerable women and girls, girls and their families including their communities. INUA KIKE remains committed to serve its beneficiaries with a range of services for the improvement of their well-being.