Join AWAK this World AIDS Day as we weave the threads of health and agriculture into a tapestry of empowerment! 🌾💪 Let’s cultivate a future where no one is left behind, fostering a community that thrives on inclusivity and support. Together, we stand against stigma, champion women’s health, and sow the seeds of change.
AWAK was honoured to be part of the Africa Women in Agricultural Research Development (AWARD) strategy 2023-2027 launch that builds on their 15 years Experience in strengthening Gender Responsive Development for Africa.
AWAK attended the commemoration of the International Day of Care and Support serves highlighting the importance of fostering an environment that values and supports those engaged in care work, ultimately contributing to a more inclusive and equitable society.
In a remarkable collaboration, the Association of Women in Agriculture
Farmers representing all Kenyan regions attend a two-day Public Participation Forum on the proposed Carbon Markets Regulations 2023 organized by the Association of Women in Agriculture Kenya
AWAK participated in a transformative Home Based Child Care workshop organized by Global Development Incubator (GDI) in partnership with Early Childhood Development Action Network (ECDAN).
AWAK took part in discussions held at the Intergovernmental Consultative Framework for Gender Sector in Kitui County. Under AWAK’s esteemed representation, the meeting witnessed the involvement of committees focusing on critical areas such as gender-based violence (GBV), peace and security, women in leadership, women’s socio-economic empowerment, and male engagement and inclusion
We had the honour of hosting the County Assembly Committe for Blue Economy, Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries – Mombasa County Assembly; Led by their Chairman Hon. Mbelle in our offices earlier today. The team was on a familiarisation visit, to know more about AWAK and seek possible areas of collaboration.
A highlight of the visit was the esteemed presence of His Excellency Dr. Julius Malombe, the Governor of Kitui County. Dr. Malombe took the time to engage with AWAK representatives and gain firsthand insights into the Unpaid Care project’s accomplishments.
In a compelling address during the Agroecology: Ecosystem-Based Adaptation in Agriculture discussion at COP26, the Executive Chairlady of the Association of Women in Agriculture Kenya, highlighted the efforts AWAK is putting on to empower women smallholder farmers through climate resilient agricultural practices.
Amplifying the voice of farmers regarding food security in Kenya,