Centre for Indigenous Child Rights is a women-led non-profit organization in West Pokot, Kenya. We are established a vision to see women and girl child developed, empowered and exercising their human rights.
our thematic areas
To ensure we work towards achieving our vision, we established four initiatives targeting our thematic areas.
We have setup a social enterprise called AFRIREUSE PADS focusing on making reusable sanitary towels to address challenges of lack of sanitary kits for vulnerable girls and women as well as provide training to girls and women on garment making and entrepreneurship skills. We have also create INUA MAMA INUA JAMII INITIATIVE targeting entirely on women economic empowerment. On girl child education we have ELIMISHA MSICHANA PROGRAM that together with our partners we support identified vulnerable girls to join secondary schools annually. On the forth theme we run annual ALTERNATIVE RITE OF PASSAGE PROGRAM annually to advocate for abandonment of FGM, GBV and CEFM in the community.