Joined September 2020
Women Business Hub exist to create a society where Women and youth own land as a foundation for production, social justice and economic empowerment in Western Kenya region.
Focus: Community / Customary Land Rights, Economic Empowerment, Environmental Justice, Family, Gender-based violence, Generalist Legal Services, Governance, Housing & Sanitation, Labor & Employment, Land & Natural Resources, Traditional / Customary Justice, Women's Rights
Who We are: Women Business Hub (WomenBHub) is a Grassroots Community Based organization with a registration number KSM CENTRAL/WINAM/CBO No.0212/020
Our Vision: A just society where Women and youth own land as a foundation for production, social justice and economic empowerment.
Our Mission: To Promote initiatives advancing women and youth alliance building towards land ownership, Agro-enterprise development and e-commerce.
Priority Area I: Land Governance:
- To Strengthen rural women and youth land rights through grassroots advocacy and public interest litigation
- Support grassroots awareness and advocacy on women and youth land rights.
- Promote free legal aid programs to facilitate land inheritance and succession processes for poor women and youth.
Priority Area II: Women and Youth Agro-Enterprise Development:
- Increase the productivity of rural women and youth small holder farmers in the supply chain.
- Improve the quality of small and medium ago-enterprises operations and access to premium markets.
- Strengthen brand reputation and customer loyalty through ethical sourcing and compliance with environmental and social standards among small scale rural farmers.
- Supporting rural women and youth smallholder farmers with knowledge on modern agriculture
- Conduct capacity building on effective production and quality control starting from the farm level.
- Develop and Support smallholder farmers production systems ( one product per farmer)
Priority Area III: E-Commerce for Women and Youth Small and Medium Enterprises
1: To reduce the burden and bottlenecks of accessing business space for women and youth SMEs in Kenya.
2: To promote use of e-commerce among SMEs
- support digital literacy among rural communities
- support community initiatives that enhance the use of information Technology