A society where women and girls enjoy equal rights, freedoms and thrive in safe spaces.
Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC) and Child Trafficking are closely related. Recruitment of victims normally takes place in rural areas toward an urban destination. The recruiters entice parents and children with promises of education or work prospects. More often...Read more →
In Narok, 78 % of women/girls have undergone FGC, as compared to the national average of 21%. Two thirds of them undergo the cut at 10-14 years, but some as early as five years. The high prevalence of FGC strongly...Read more →
Safe Spaces Project Girls and young women in Kwale are the single most important group of beneficiaries in this project. They are disproportionately affected by diverse forms of sexual violence, most commonly sexual exploitation, transactional sex, rape, early forced and...Read more →
This project is being implemented by COVAW, with support from Amplify Change. This is an extension of the previous project which ran from 2016 to 2017. The objectives of the original project had been met and these were lessons learnt:...Read more →
The 2017 election period presented an urgent need to carry out monitoring of sexual violence with a view to identify fresh cases, carry out documentation and provide immediate response. The Access to Justice and Women Rights Project is being implemented...Read more →