GROOTS Kenya Blog

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My name is Anne Ondaye and I come from Karachuonyo in Homabay County. My first interaction with GROOTS Kenya was in 2002 when I was invited to attend a workshop on
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My name is Mary Shimwenyi. I am a member of GROOTS Kenya, a community leader and a human rights defender from Malava Sub-County in Kakamega County.  My first encounter with
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My name is Jane Nyokabi Gitau, and I am 59 years old. I come from Gitare Village, Kiamworia Location in Kiganjo ward. I am a mother of three boys and
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In my community, several women have also adopted new farming technologies and have increased production levels. GROOTS Kenya has also fostered peace among us because people from different tribes now
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GROOTS Kenya champions from Kiambu, Kakamega, Laikipia and Mathare celebrated this year’s World Environment Day with a series of activities designed to promote a cleaner, safer environment for their communities.
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GROOTS Kenya recognized my leadership potential, and invested in building my capacity through various trainings….Within six months, I was able to articulate key issues and priorities in the mining sector
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It is all systems go for the much awaited grassroots women cooperative. GROOTS Kenya held a pre-cooperative education with 25 grassroots women delegates nominated from Nakuru, Laikipia, Kakamega, Kiambu, Kitui
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GROOTS Kenya continues to be used as a reference and learning point on various issues regarding women’s empowerment. GROOTS Kenya hosted 10 Anglican Archbishops wives from Kenya, Burundi, Ghana, DRC,
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GROOTS Kenya showcased and demonstrated how grassroots women are using a bottom up approach to localize Sustainable Development Goals and the New Urban Agenda at the just concluded 26th session of
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More than 2000 women affiliated to GROOTS Kenya are in various committees, boards and key decision making positions. These include school boards, water boards, constituency development fund boards, location committees,

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