Gender-Based Violence (GBV) is a serious violation of human rights and a life-threatening health and protection issue. It is estimated that one in three women will experience sexual or physical violence in their lifetime.
There is evidence that advocacy and empowerment counselling interventions, as well as home visitation are promising in preventing or reducing intimate partner violence against women.
WRA Kenya partnered with Spur Afrika to sensitize Kibra community against GBV in the #16DaysofActivism2020 and its viable interventions and called on all responsible stakeholders to play their part in ending GBV. #OrangeTheworld #FundRespondPreventCollectSee the original post from Facebook here.
Spur Afrika supports pupils access education with sponsorship and mentorship programmes.
Episode 172: How do we find hope in the slums of Nairobi?
An article written for MIT about David Fong - our doctor who helps with our mobile health clinics and M and E.
In an interview with The Borgen Project, Koli offers insight into life in Kibera.
An occupational therapist from The Victorian Rehabilitation Centre is working to change the fate of children from Kenya’s Kibera slums.
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