Rural Women Celebration 2021
Together with our partners,Ewe had a rural women celebration at Paran Centre Narok county.Indigenous women from various communities held a workshop to celebrate the good work they have been doing in various communities.
Viva Girls training
Girls from various Indigenous communities are trained on issues such as FGM,early/forced marriages,drug abuse,poverty,education and reproductive health.
16 days of Activism 2021
Indigenous Information Network together with all the partners at the grass root level are taking this opportunity of these 16 days of activism against gender based violence to educate indigenous women on gender based violence
With an aim of working together to create visibility for local women in the county. The outcome – a declaration to advance their advocacy work
Bio-cultural community protocols are a methodology of documenting traditional knowledge. IPLCs face many challenges, social marginalization based on culture and language being the most prominent. They often struggle for recognition of their status and rights. The Waata community of Marsabit county, Kenya are a good example of this. Indigenous Information Network went to Marsabit county to guide the community in developing their bio-cultural protocol which later aid in negotiations with governments, private sector for fair and equitable benefit sharing. The meeting included all groups of the Waata community; women, youth and the elderly from various sub counties such as Sololo, North Horr and Moyale.
Supporting & sharing together our Global statements to rural indigenous women in ololulunga in kiswahili and Maasai.
Our organization is involved in numerous projects and Trainings.
Viva Girls Training,Kiltamany Samburu County
Indigenous Girls from various places are always trained on issues such as Education issues,reproductive health issues,peer pressure,drug abuse,harmful cultural practices and Poverty.
Indigenous Women,Transmara Narok County
The Indigenous women workshop at Namanga,Tanzania.The women were trained on their rights as indigenous women