GROOTS Kenya Blog

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Testimonies  from grassroots women who have been involved in some of the projects under GROOTS Kenya
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  #MASHUJADAY: WOMEN WE MUST CELEBRATE WOMEN IN POLITICS   Every 20th October, Kenya celebrates Mashujaa day, a national day in Kenya where Kenyans collectively honor all those who contributed
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This is a highlight of the activities and impact of the third National Potato Conference and Trade Fair held at KALRO in Loresho, to our grassroots women and their contribution
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GROOTS Kenya in partnership with other Women’s Rights Organizations and development partners among them UN Women, FEMNET, WE Effect, Equal Measures 2030, SDGs Kenya Forum, Women Empowerment Link, CREAW, Help
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My name is Winrose Nyaguthii and I come from Laikipia East Sub County in Laikipa County. I have been a champion in GROOTS Kenya for the past 19 years and
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My name is Jennifer Mutinda, I am 47 years old and I come from Kawongo in Kitui County. I joined GROOTS Kenya in 2003 through the Community Responses to HIV/AIDS
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My name is Alice Katiwa Mwiza, I am 45 years old and I come from Kayafungo ward in Kaloleni Sub County, Kilifi County. I joined GROOTS Kenya in 2012 after
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My name is Susy Musungu, I am 48 years old and I come from Likuyani sub county in Kakamega County. I joined GROOTS Kenya in 2015 while pursuing land for
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‘My name is Hannah Njoki Wachira, I am 43 years old and I come from Nyota area in Kuresoi North, Nakuru County. I joined GROOTS Kenya in 2013 after being mapped as
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GROOTS Kenya is celebrating the win for women in the just concluded general elections. 9 female candidates who were supported by GROOTS Kenya won various elective seats. Wanjiku Kibe the MP

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