Wherever inequality lives, there stands a girl or woman able to turn the tide of adversity into a tidal wave of progress.
We simply have to commit to her.
In Kenya, the Deliver for Good Campaign is led by a broad-based coalition of Kenyan partners from grassroots organizations, civil society, youth organizations, government, and multilateral institutions, with expertise across a range of issues affecting girls’ and women’s lives. Based on a policy analysis, a mapping of issues, and a collaborative workshop, partners identified four strategic policy priorities – in line with the Deliver for Good Campaign investment areas and Kenya’s Big Four Agenda – for intensified action:
Access to Resources– with a focus on women’s land rights
Economic Empowerment– with attention to women’s access to financial resources
Sexual and Reproductive Health and Services– to Achieve Universal Health Coverage with an emphasis on adolescent access to sexual and reproductive health and rights
Political Participation– with a concentration on strengthening women’s role in decision making at all levels of government
Across all of these investment priorities, the partners of Deliver for Good Kenya have also committed to advocate for filling gender data gaps – this is critical in helping to more accurately understand the realities faced by girls and women in Kenya and how best to address their needs in development efforts.