What We Do

The path to justice for survivors of gender-based violence in Kenya is both long and difficult and, as a result, many women remain silent about their experiences. Read More..

This programme seeks to contribute to the realization of constitutional gains by women through county level actions, interface with duty bearers, media advocacy and capacity building. Read More

This programme seeks to interrupt poverty cycles and the dependency of women by facilitating access to economic empowerment opportunities that will enable them to initiate and run Income Generating Activities.

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This programme seeks to  contribute to the significant increase and  meaningful  participation of women in governance and leadership positions through public sensitization, community mobilization, working with political parties working with women themselves, working through smart networks, innovative use of ICT platforms and media advocacy. Read More

This programme seeks to put in place measures that will result in CREAW’s long term sustainability, efficiency and visibility in order to deliver its programmes. Read More

The Centre for Rights Education and Awareness (CREAW) is a registered, non-profit national women’s rights non-governmental organization (N.G.O) founded in 1998 by women lawyers who had common goals and a shared purpose to confront the low awareness of women’s real needs and rights in Kenya.

Together we can change the story

We have helped and empowered thousands of women and girls in the society to ensure equality and opportunity.



Cases that we have supported women by providing Access to legal Aid, Psycho-social support, Medical treatment, reclaim and actualizing property rights.



Women Leaders have been mentored and trained and 24 of whom were nominated and elected at both County and National level.



Women and men have been successfully trained thus a drastic change in practice whereby men are now accompanying women for skilled deliveries. An average number of skilled deliveries have gone up from 8 to 20 per month.



Women champions have been trained and out of these 25 women are now sitting in health facility committees to articulate women needs e.g. facilitating budget planning where women’s SRH needs are prioritized.

News and Updates

Want to learn more about who we are, what we do, our impact and how you can get involved? Read our blog posts and news updates.