Namati

Gefro Imani building, 1st floor, room 7 & 8 P O BOX 1763
Nanyuki
Kenya

+254(0) 62 20-31822

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Samburu Women


Added on: Apr 20, 2016

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Samburu Women Trust is an Indigenous women led organization that champions for the rights of women and girls among the pastoralist communities through strengthening their capacity to influence policies both at the national and county levels, decision making processes and address harmful cultural practices.

SWT expertise in indigenous women capacity building and women leadership. Our interest to join the network is increase our knowledge on women legal land rights through networking from previous and present members of the network and to build alliance to increase indigenous women voices to access and own land.

PEOPLE ASSOCIATED WITH THIS ORGANIZATION

Catherine Nagasaki

Am a paralegal in northern part of Kenya isiolo county working with samburu women trust with an interest of registration of community land

Kenya

Dominica Nasieku

Am Dominica nasieku from Kenya in isiolo county specific in oldnyiro ward, working with samburu women trust as a paralegal. The role of a paralegal is to create awareness to the community and to work to make sure that vision and mission of the organisation is successfully...

Kenya

Felista Manti

Am felista manti from isiolo north. I am a paralegal in samburu women trust organisation in lengurma village. From Kenya isiolo county.

Kenya

Francis Lesengei

I'm a paralegal working with SWT helping the community to protect their land

Kenya

John Leparsanti

I am a dedicated champion advancing indigenous peoples rights in northern Kenya. My key role is mobilizing, educating communities on the need to protect their lands and secure their tenure systems. I am working for an indigenous women organization called Samburu Women Trust that has been instrumental in supporting indigenous communities in Oldonyiro ward, Isiolo County in Northern Kenya to organize and register their community lands as required by a new law in Kenya ( Community land act 2016). In the organization, i am dedicated to support communities in organizing to register their community lands as required by the new law, educate them on the law, assist them in drafting by laws and putting in place other requirements by the law to enable their eligibility to registration of community lands.

Kenya

Lesingiran Lawrence John

I am a paralegal who is working for samburu women trust as a paralegal in isiolo county oldonyiro ward longopito community.

Kenya

Lodopapit Simion

I am a KENYAN citizen currently working in an organization by the name Samburu Women Trust that champions the rights of women and girls among the pastoralists communities in Northern Kenya. An accountant by profession and an upcoming human rights defender. I believe in empowering my fellow country men and women on their respective rights to own and protect their own land. This is the only way people will realize how rich they are by protecting their livelihoods even for future generations.

Kenya

Moses Learpanai

Am paralegal in Isiolo county working with Samburu women trust organisation supporting the community right on the land protection issues

Kenya

Samburuwomen

Samburu Women Trust is an Indigenous women led organization that champions for the rights of women and girls among the pastoralist communities through strengthening their capacity to influence policies both at the national and county levels, decision making processes and address harmful cultural practices. SWT expertise in indigenous women capacity building and women leadership. Our interest to join the network is increase our knowledge on women legal land rights through networking from previous and present members of the network and to build alliance to increase indigenous women voices to access and own land.

Kenya

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