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  • By Wendy Otieno, Linking and Learning Amplifier- Kenya We are all witness to the ravaging effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, not just on our health, but on our economies and societies. From the massive 2020 #BlackLivesMatter protests to Nigeria’s #EndSars movement, we are now also aware of some of the harshest existing forms of inequality […]

  • As the on-going Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) pandemic continues to develop, World Health Organisation (WHO) is committed to provide accessible evidence based resources and information.  Click here to access to some of WHO Corona virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) resources and information.  

  • International Mother Language Day is often observed globally every 21st day of February. This day advocates for nations to maintain linguistic diversity and promote the dissemination of mother tongues and cultural traditions across the globe. To mark this year’s celebrations, the Advocacy Accelerator together with the Voice Global Communications Hub supported Voice Partners in Kenya […]

  • NAMUNYAK lepolosi women’s group celebrated International Women’s Day 2020 at Poroko Friend’s special school. They spent time showing love to these beautiful angels, proving that they love them as parents. 150 trees were also planted in the school by the women. A special thanks goes to the Principal of the school, the entire staff and […]

  • In a gender equal world, everybody wins. A gender equal world is a healthier, wealthier, more productive and more peaceful. Gender equality is not only a women’s issue. It is a societal issue, and all people have a role to play in achieving it. Click here to access this toolkit by Women Deliver and learn […]

  • Anyone can be an advocate. These “how-to” quick-guides take you step-by-step through the process of affecting change you can see: The downloadable tools are: Creating and Communicating an Effective Message An effective message is the centerpiece of any advocacy campaign.  A message conveys the campaign’s core argument.  It answers the “why” questions, like “why does […]

  • I’m grateful that I am part of the Kenya Voice grantee network as it gave me an opportunity to apply and be sponsored for the Monitoring & Evaluation Advocacy Training that focused on Designing Theory of Change for Advocacy and Capacity Building Programmes. This 3-day training that took place in November 2019 was organised by […]

  • This publication reveals very deep and personal stories and the three poems, highlighting the struggle of queer people with mental illnesses. It shows the barriers within the Ugandan (mental) health services, but also offers solutions to overcome them, and highlights the allies willing to work alongside the people. Most importantly, the resilience and strength of […]

  • This webinar hosted by Tribeless Youth, was held on Wednesday, 4th September 2019 from 11:00 a.m. to 12:15p.m.  It sought to respond to Voice Partner organisations need to learn more about Tribeless Youth’s Resource of Open Minds and UBUNTU projects that use creativity to bring about social change. The webinar also tackled several areas such […]