KELIN is set to train 20 messengers on the 30th and 31st March 2023 in Kakamega.
The training is aimed at enabling the messengers to address myths and attitudes around social and peer norms in order to build a movement of community champions advocating for women’s land and property rights. This training will improve communication skills, enhance their advocacy efforts at community level and provide an opportunity for to drive key messages that resonate with women’s land tenure and gender equality.
The two-day training will also serve as a link between rights holders and duty bearers who have a responsibility to protect land rights.
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#EquitableLandRights #WLPRights #EquitableSocialNorms
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For more information, please contact.
Kenneth Otieno Akach
Program Officer, Women Land & Property Rights
Kenya Legal and Ethical Issues Network on HIV & AIDS (KELIN)
Nyalenda Railways Estate, Block 9/220
Off Nairobi Road, Opposite YMCA
P.O. Box 7708| 40100 Kisumu – Kenya