YWCA Kisumu branch was founded in 1968 and launched in1972 to bring the girls and women from various groups, different denominations and diverse social background together with effort to promote the living standards of women and girls at the County.
Kisumu Branch peruses this mission in rural as well as urban areas through the following strategies;
- Promoting fellowship amongst members.
- Supporting programs that promote sustainability and fulfillment of basic needs for women and girls.
- Awareness raising and advocacy issues affecting women and girls.
- Provision of services through Hostels and Vocational Training Centers.
- Economic empowerment to young people through life skills training
- Partnership, collaboration and networking with like minded institutions for effective service delivery to the community
Youth Employability Empowerment Programme (YEEP)
Provides life skills training to youths in Hospitality Management and Electrical installation
Young Women Champions (YWC) –
The programme advocates on issues affecting women and girls in the society. It consists of a team of trained young women and advocating on issues affecting women and girls
Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) –
Aims at giving SRHR information and referrals for services by PE, NOREC interns and YWC
- Hostels - Safe space for young people furthering their studies
- Cafeteria/ restaurant - Offering affordable meals for students and public.
- Conference facility (Hall Hire)
- Car Park and Compound hire for meetings
- Public toilets
- Offices and stalls for rental
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Menstrual Hygiene Campaigns
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World Disability Day
Telephone Number: +254 740 967460
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Angawa Street, Opposite Oile Park
P.O Box 1618 – 40100