Women Empowerment

We create of an environment for women where they can make decisions of their own for their personal benefits as well as for the society, so as to increase and improve the social, economic, political and legal strength of the women, to ensure equal-right to women, and to make them confident enough to claim their rights.

At the Malkia Initiative, we believe that Women Empowerment leads to more economic benefits not to the individuals but to the society as well. Unlike earlier days when they stayed at home only and do only kitchen stuff, nowadays, they roam outside and also earn money like the male members of the society. 

Our Women Empowerment Program helps women to stand on their own legs, become independent and also to earn for their family which grows country’s economy, which leads to decrease in domestic violence. Uneducated women are at higher risk for domestic violence than an educated woman.

Through this program it helps reduces poverty. Sometimes, the money earned by the male member of the family is not sufficient to meet the demands of the family. The added earnings of women help the family to come out of poverty trap.

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25-01100 Kajiado

Phone No. 0796412623/0717864726

Email- info@malkiainitiative.org

 

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