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The Women’s Voice and Leadership Kenya (WVLK) project aims to contribute to gender equality and the increased enjoyment of human rights by women and girls in Kenya.

Canadian High commissioner Lisa Stadelbauer (Center) with representatives from
CARE Kenya (Right) and GAC (Left) during WVL project launch.

It is a 5 years’ grant by the government of Canada through Global Affairs Canada (GAC) and is anchored on Canada’s Feminist International Assistance Policy (FIAP)
which puts gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls at the heart of international development, humanitarian, peace and security efforts. 


WVL-K is premised on the understanding that women and girls cannot enjoy human rights, and that gender equality will not be seen in Kenya without a vibrant, sustained and healthy women’s rights movement, or without a civil society in which women’s rights organizations operate as equals amongst Civil Society Organizations (CSOs.). 


Success Stories 

  1. Raising the Voices of Domestic Workers in the Face of COVID-19 Center for Livelihood Advancement (CFLA) Kenya
  2. Supporting Sex workers during COVID -19 Key Affected Population Health and Legal Rights Alliance (KESWA)
  3. Reaching out the Deaf women in Face of COVID -19 Kenya National Deaf Women Peace Network (KNDWOP-Net)
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