Women Rights

Oxfam in Kenya in partnership with Youth Agenda and FIDA Kenya through financial support from European Union have for the last two years been working closely with women aspirants, opinion leaders, media and the public with an aim of increasing participation and representation of women in politics...
Doreen Muthoni, 38, a small scale trader with her daughter in Mukuru, an informal settlement in Nairobi, Kenya. Photo Credit: Katie Nelson
Oxfam and partners through financial support from the European Union are enabling women to feel empowered to exert their rights and use their collective voice by informing women of their rights and help create women trader’s and domestic workers empowerment groups.
Kulla Dida, 47, Gamura, Marsabit County, Photo Credit: Joyce Kabue:Oxfam.JPG
Kulla Dida is a beneficiary of the Resilience consortium funded by EU humanitarian aid. The consortium supports arid and semi land lands communities in strengthening their resilience to external shocks and stresses such as the frequent droughts.
Emmy Apoo posing for a photograph after the launch of #VoteADada campaign in Turkana County. Photo/Joyce Kabue/Oxfam
Emmy Loyanae Apoo a 37-year-old mother of four and entrepreneur from Turkana aspires to join mainstream politics in the 2017 Kenya general elections. She is an aspiring Member of County Assembly (MCA) seat, Turkana East Kapedo/Napeitom Ward.
Graphic credit: Joyce Kabue
Every woman regardless of apparel, creed, occupation, location has a right to be respected and handled with dignity.
Subscribe to Blogs