Thirty grassroots women's organizations in Kenya will be made stronger at promoting human rights by participating in training through innovative distance-learning methods.
Grassroots women’s organizations are rarely able to release staff to undertake substantive training, despite the great need. Yet their ability to be effective in promoting and defending their rights and to manage effective organizations is critical for ensuring a culture of respect for rights. This project will enable such organizations to participate in courses such as human rights, leadership and fundraising, while continuing to work in their organizations.
Organizations are supplied with specially designed interactive CD-ROMs and are mentored through their training via e-mail. Training includes exercises, assignments and project work. Participants receive certificates from the University of Oxford.
The growth in Kenya of a culture of respect for human rights; accountable governments; a flourishing civil society and human rights sector of well-trained and resourced organizations.
This project has been retired and is no longer accepting donations.
This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).
This project is no longer accepting donations.
Still want to help?
Find another project in
that needs your help.
Director, Fahamu – Networks for Social Justice