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340 Komarock Phas 2 ,Zone 3
Nairobi
Kenya

254 724 834512

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Felistah Ngui


Added on: Sep 15, 2017

Last Updated: Sep 18, 2017

I work in Kenya to bridge the gap of isolation for most at risk girls in development by developing interventions that aim improving their access to opportunities and increasing access to SRHR

Fortress of Hope Africa (FOHA) is a grassroots  adolescent girls organization founded in 2006 on the need and desire to bridge the gap of adolescent girls’ isolation in development .Our rural and urban poor girls we target are often left out or not able to access life changing opportunities that can improve their health more so SRHR, increase their access to quality education and enable them to fully exercise their rights.

Our interventions are by girls for the girls reaching to the most at risk girls and young women in undeserved communities in Kenya. Our experience have taught us that there is no one-size fit all solution to achieving  women and girls ‘ empowerment , gender  equality and women rights. Our interventions have evolved over time, girls lived experiences and realities shape and continue to shape how we formulate our interventions. We believe girls are leaders of today and Now, and community engagement and leveraging built relationships is critical in adolescent programing and building solidarity. We listen more, ask more and try to connect with realities of girls, a culture that has enabled us learn/connect with the complexity of girls’ needs, helping us to create a girl focused solutions.

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Felistah Ngui

I am a Human Right Activists with interest in gender equality and women rights In Africa. As an activist ,i am passionate about women/girls' health and rights . I am joining this network to learn more on Human Rights approach to natural resources and interventions to engage women and girls in natural resources agenda in Africa

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