On 30th May, both men and women from different walks of life coloured the University of Nairobi Grounds with white and pink. They expressed the hope that killings of nearly 40 women and other forms of violence across the country in the past few months would end. Families that had lost their loved ones to…

It takes courage for a survivor of gender based violence to share their story. Never underestimate your power to affect the course of a survivor’s healing journey. Here are some tools—words, actions, and resources—that can help you support someone who shares their personal experience with you. You don’t have to be an expert—you just have to be your…

Following the launch of a Gender Based Violence Recovery Centre (GBVRC) at Wote Referral Hospital in Makueni  County, the County Government of Makueni  in partnership with the Gender Violence Recovery Centre (GRVC) initiated a gender based violence sensitization program from 25th February to 6th March, 2019. This was done in order to address sexual gender…

On 16th January, NWH/GVRC and Makueni County government launched a Gender Based Violence Recovery Centre (GBVRC) at the Makueni County Referral Hospital. The first of its kind to be launched in a county hospital. The launch was officiated by nominated Member of Parliament Cecily Mbarire; Hon. Governor Kivutha Kibwana; deputy governor, Makueni County Hon. Adelina…

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…

We were glad to host the recently appointed Permanent Secretary, Min. of Public Service, Youth and Gender Affairs, Zeinab W. Hussein at our Adams unit on February 16, 2016. Hon. Zeinab was hosted by the Nairobi Women’s Hospital Group CEO – Dr. Sam Thenya and the Executive Director – Alberta Wambua where they gave her…

Working from home meant we could vary snack and coffee breaks, change our desks or view, goof off, drink on the job, even spend the day in pajamas, and often meet to gossip or share ideas. On the other hand, we bossed ourselves around, set impossible goals, and demanded longer hours than office jobs usually…

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