County official calls for research to establish causes of GBV

There is need to carry out a thorough research to establish the factors behind the ever-increasing cases of Gender Based Violence in Kilifi County, a CEC member has said. Dr Anisa Omar, the Kilifi County Executive Committee (CEC) Member for Gender Culture, Social Services, said that although GBV cases had increased since the onset of […]

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Students participate in a walk to raise awareness against GBV

Officials from the Gender office in Kericho County have decried the escalating cases of Gender-Based Violence within the County. While condemning the human rights abuses, the Kericho County Gender Officer, Beatrice Chebet, pointed out that several cases of Female Genital Mutilation had been experienced in the County at Kapsaos, Kaptele and Kipkelion. Chebet said the […]

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County lauded for its contribution to the war against GBV

The County Government of Garissa has been feted for its contribution to the war against Gender-Based Violence. National Gender and Equality Commission recognized and lauded the County Government’s effort in combating violence especially against women and children. The recognition comes days after the county launched 16 days of activism against Gender Based Violence in an […]

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50 perpetrators of GBV arrested in Trans Nzoia

50 perpetrators of gender-based violence have been arrested in Trans Nzoia following a crackdown by local administration. Trans Nzoia County Commissioner, Samson Ojwang, said during the launch of the County Working Group on Gender Based Violence, that local administrators must be able to identify and arrest men responsible for the teen pregnancies in the region. […]

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Some medical facilities still charging victims to fill P3 Forms

Bungoma County Court Users Committee wants all fees charged for filling of P3 forms in assault cases waived following a recent court ruling. This is after members were informed that Bungoma County Level Five hospital had only waived fees for victims of gender  based violence but still charges Sh. 1000 to fill the p3 forms […]

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