Human Rights for the Pastoralist Girl Child

Apr 20, 2011

Leader Receives Unsung Hero Award

Josephine Kulea receives the Unsung Hero Award
Josephine Kulea receives the Unsung Hero Award

On International Women’s Day 2011, the US Ambassador, Michael Ranneberger, held a reception in his home in Nairobi to mark the day. Our very own Board Member Josephine Kulea received a special unsung hero award for her volunteer work rescuing girls as young as 4 years from FGM and Early Forced Marriage.

!!!KUDOS!!! to you Josephine. We are blessed to have you on the Board.


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Project Leader

Beverly Stone

Brooks, Maine United States

Where is this project located?

Map of Human Rights for the Pastoralist Girl Child