Since its inception, FIDA Kenya has changed over 3,000,000 lives. Over 250,000 cases received; 35% resolved through mediation, 53% custody and maintenance cases (Over 400,000 children accessing education, health care, shelter among other basic needs). 22% women's land and property rights protected including division of matrimonial property. 12,000 police officers trained, 10,000 women leaders supported and 5,000 community women rights monitors recruited among other changes.
Did you know that you can be trained to represent yourself in court? We call it Self-representation at FIDA-Kenya. Today at our Kisumu office, women were being empowered to seek for justice by self- representation. @siasaplace @Kenyajudiciary @KEWOPA @Gvrckenya @equalitynow
Today FIDA-Kenya held a training for paralegals and community human rights workers in Vihiga county on women land rights. The activity was led by FIDA-Kenya's Kisumu Senior Legal Counsel -Agnes Rogo @FordFoundation @DanishMFA @MyVihiga @CREAWKenya @AkiliDada @Kenyajudiciary
FIDA-Kenya conducting a joint training with the Nyeri law Courts and CUC. Participants comprising of chiefs, Ass.chiefs, and elders in Nyamachaki - Nyeri town. The training focused on ADR, Mediation, Sexual offences act and children's rights.
Mitchelle Oyuga - Women and Governance team member at FIDA-Kenya, held an accountability forum in Kibra hosted by the office of the MP. The meeting was attended by community members and graced by two chiefs.@DiakoniaKenya @FordFoundation @groots_kenya