Young Women Campaign
Against AIDS (YWCAA)
Promotion of Equal Rights & Social Justice for Women, Young People and the Vulnerable
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16 DAYS OF ACTIVISM 2016

Gender based violence continues to be a menace, and has been identified as a key driver to HIV and other related factors such as drug and substance abuse among the youth. Women, and particularly young women and girls are also among the highly affected. YWCAA integrates matters of GBV in all its programs. Participating in the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence is one sure way of showing solidarity with the GBV survivors. Addressing the root cause of GBV offers an opportunity for a long term solution to tackling GBV among young women; hence our economic empowerment program. YWCAA recognizes that an economically empowered young woman has power over decisions that affect their lives in every scope. More

Succeess Stories

  • Economic empowerment to young women

    Through YWCAA economic empowerment project, the following are confessions from

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    Person(s) Living Positively with HIV/AIDS

    Ms Anne is the co-founder of Joy Academic for orphaned and vulnerable children within

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  • Reformed Youth

    Roselyne Nyambura is less than 25 years old. At her age, Rose has undergone a lot

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    Kawangware Phase Out

    The Kawangware BAWA Self Help Group was phased out in 2016 and were awarded the “BAWA wings Read More