KTN News Features Kakenya’s Dream Work on GBV

This month, against the backdrop of the UN’s 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence, leading Kenyan TV network KTN News featured our work to support survivors and end gender-based violence through community education, sensitization, and soon, the provision of health services. 

As we prepare to open our community’s first health clinic next year, we are taking another step closer to achieving our mission by making a further investment in the holistic wellbeing of girls and their communities. At Kakenya’s Dream, we believe health and education work hand in hand. Pairing our longstanding education programs with primary and preventative care, mental health care/counseling, and supportive services to survivors of violence through the clinic will strengthen our long-term impact. 

You can learn more about our community health programs here.

This is the second recent feature of Kakenya’s Dream by KTN News. In October, they aired a segment on our health programs that are engaging communities to combat the rise of teen pregnancy in Kenya.


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