Blog Archives - CREAWKENYA


October 8, 2023by CREAW

Christine Malakwen, the chief of Kiasagat location in Trans Nzoia County, has emerged as a beacon of hope for the youth in her community. Through her participation in the Imarisha Msichana training program, she has acquired invaluable skills in protecting and guiding her constituents, particularly in matters concerning sexual and reproductive health. Her dedicated efforts have resulted in a significant reduction in teen pregnancies and the increased reintegration of young mothers into educational institutions.


September 30, 2023by CREAW

In a move aimed at advancing gender equality and empowering women across Kenya, the Centre for Rights Education and Awareness (CREAW) and the Council of Governors (COG) have inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). The agreement, signifies a pivotal moment in fostering a collaborative partnership between these institutions and county governments throughout the nation.


August 18, 2023by CREAW

The Centre for Rights Education and Awareness (CREAW) was honored on Wednesday, August 16th, at the ongoing 10th Devolution Conference for its strides in promoting gender responsiveness and inclusivity. Standing out among the various institutions, CREAW emerged the winner in the prestigious CHUI category of the Devolution Awards. This category is dedicated to recognizing institutions that have demonstrated an exceptional commitment to fostering gender responsiveness and inclusivity across various demographic segments such as youth, women, children, persons with disabilities, older persons, and other vulnerable groups.


July 7, 2023by CREAW

Millicent Aluoch is a devoted mother of five children living in Mombasa County. Her marriage was tumultuous, with Millicent sometimes seeking refuge at her parents' house, trying to escape the violence and discord in her marriage. Yet, despite the hardships, she found herself going back to her husband, driven by her love for her children and the desire to keep the family together.