Badili Africa organized a young women's dialogue, where young women drawn from different sectors (formal and informal settlements) were engaged on matters electoral preparedness, the sovereignty of the people, qualities ladies need to possess as they go high in ranking on matters leadership
The project aims to strengthen appropriate and effective community led actions to address common mental health issues experienced by women and girls affected by poverty, GBV, general violence, discrimination, and marginalization.
In Africa, to dare to come forward, speak out and denounce such crimes as gender based violence is a true act of courage.
The Silenced young woman #TheSilencedYoungWoman #endsgbv #FeminizingPoliticalSpaces : https://youtu.be/K3RROxpqSWc
Badili Africa works with chama women leaders whose networking power and potential as critical tools for social, economic, political and democratic development of Kenya through promotion of civic responsibility in informal settlements is routinely exercised and manifested in electoral outcomes in the country.