Category: Haki Yetu, Jukumu Letu

Working to ensure that women and girls are protected and able to better exercise their right to life, health, dignity, non-discrimination and education as enshrined in the constitution of Kenya 2010.
CREAW continues to work with established community resources and duty bearers to champion the rights of girls and women. By training trainers within the communities ensures that knowledge is passed down to everyone within the community. We also work with the local media to ensure that programs are developed that highlight and
shine focus on GBV issues within Meru and Kilifi counties These strategies ensure that way after the project cycle ends, the impact of the Haki Yetu, Jukumu Letu program will be felt.

Affirmative action fund lifting the hope of girls in Kilifi

In the rural parts of Kilifi, many girls are at risk of violation; most common is gender based violence (GBV). Over the years, the County has recorded incidences of child pregnancies and child marriages which has remained a major barrier to them accessing and transitioning to higher levels of education. Cases of early pregnancies among […]

Meet Beatrice, a lawyer helping survivors navigate through the court processes

Meet Beatrice Njeri, a Kenyan lawyer passionate about helping survivors of sexual and gender based violence (SGBV) navigate through the often tedious and strenuous legal processes. “My greatest achievement is when survivors are able to complete their legal journey. I am even happier when they are able to get successful convictions and perpetrators are held […]

Meru County judicial colloquium discusses SGBV against children

May 24 2018, marked the beginning of a new milestone with a rather conversational and a very informative two-day colloquium for the Meru County Judges, Magistrates and other judicial officers. The conversations on harnessing an effective and efficient judiciary in handling sexual and gender based violence (SGBV) matters had shifted to the county level, in […]