“Women Must Lead” Campaign

"Women Must Lead" Campaign
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Deliver for good Kenya organization has begun a campaign dubbed “Women Must Lead”

Deliver for good, a non-governmental organization in alliance with FEMNET held a 3days advocacy campaign, with an aim of ending gender-based violence among women and strengthening their access to economic growth.

Speaking during the training session, AMWIK ‘s Executive Director Marceline Nyambala, while training the civil society organizations and journalists, highlighted the importance of having women empowered in society.

“Strengthening women’s access to financing and increasing political participation is a major step for economic development,” she said

According to Marceline, harmful traditions and practices among the communities is a setback to women’s progression.”

“Women Must Lead” Campaign. Photo Courtesy CREAW Kenya

Some communities still practice harmful beliefs which hinder women from public participation and leadership. We should end practices that demean women.

Marceline urged the media to provide interview platforms and cover successful events for women in order to boost their self-esteem.

“For women’s efforts to be acknowledged and supported, the media should play a major role in highlighting their achievements and covering their success stories”.

“Women Must Lead” Campaign. Photo Courtesy CREAW Kenya

Other organizations that work with Deliver for good include;

-CREAW Kenya

-Akili dada

-African women’s development &communication network

-Groots Kenya

-Plan international

-Women deliver

-SDGs forum Kenya

-The white ribbon alliance

-KEFEADO gender concern


Deliver for Good slogan is “Together we are stronger and can power change for – and with – girls and women. Together we can Deliver for Good” with a campaign hashtag:  #DeliverForGoodKENYA

Mercy Tyra Murengu
A 15 times award-winning Multimedia journalist accredited by the Media Council of Kenya.

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