From Left to Right- The Nairobi Women’s Hospital Chief Operations Officer, Dr. Felix Wanjala, The Royal Danish Ambassador, Her Excellency Mette Knudsen, National Gender and Equality Commission’s Chairperson Winnie Lichuma, EBS, GVRC’s Executive Director, Alberta Wambua and GVRC’s Board of Trustee and Head of Corporate Responsibility, Safaricom, Sanda Ojiambo Key Actions Provide integrated medical and…

Bidders are asked to provide: A detailed technical proposal clearly outlining the proposed methods for the proposed documentation and action research Curriculum Vitae(s) of proposed staff outlining relevant education, IT, gender study expertise, child protection and experience. Clear reference to gender equality experience and child protection should be made where applicable. A table clearly stating…

Brief on the Consultancy : The Gender Violence Recovery Center (GVRC) intends to carry out a baseline survey in Kibra Constituency to establish the prevalence of child sexual exploitation through cyber. The survey will also seek to establish the Children’s and community’s existing knowledge on the laws that govern child exploitation and cyber- crime, gaps…

Think! More than one in three (1 in 3) women worldwide (an estimated 35 percent) will be beaten, coerced into sex, or otherwise abused in their lifetime. What if you were told that no place is less safe for a woman than her own home? Are you OK with that? Of course, not! And that…

His round eyes, glisten with tears as he looks up at his parents, shaking his head to indicate that he will not sit down. They acknowledge his pain by assuring him that he does not have to sit if it hurts to do so. He is only 3 years old and he has experienced gruesome…

The Group CEO of the Nairobi Women’s Hospital Group leads members of staff in marking the 15th Year anniversary. Launched on 5th March 2001, the Gender Violence Recovery Centre has continued to support survivors of gender based violence in Kenya. Providing free medical and psycho-social assistance to over 32,000 survivors hasn’t been a walk in…

This is not our regular awareness strategy because let’s face it, child abuse is NOT regular. It’s not normal, it’s not safe, it’s not friendly and neither is it consistent! So why should we stick to older models of raising awareness and expect different results? It’s time to Get Moving! GVRC is proud to partner…

GVRC has remained compassionate to the plight of children survivors in the country, with interventions often not limited by geographical scope. In 2012, the centre engaged with students of Nkama Primary School, Loitoktok- Kajiado County on a child protection awareness programme, championing for the rights of children to study in a safe environment. Out of…

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