Rose, Ruben Centre
Rose, a Community Health Volunteer working at the Ruben Centre provides some insight into the holistic escalation and support network in place at Ruben to protect the health and wellbeing of GBV survivors.
Liz, Ruben Centre
Liz, the Programs Director and Deputy Director at Ruben Centre explains the great efforts made by the centre to relieve and eliminate gender-based violence.
Everlyn, Mirror of Hope
“Everlyn is a Women’s Empowerment Officer at Mirror of Hope, based in Nairobi, Kenya. Everlyn explains how Mirror of Hope’s projects assist vulnerable women by providing empowerment workshops and psychosocial support.
Mary, Mirror of Hope
““Gender-based violence knows no social, economic or demographic boundaries. It has become part of our society today that is Kibera at large, whereby 1 in 3 women are affected in their lifetime.””
Betty, Mirror of Hope
“How has the COVID-19 pandemic impacted gender-based violence in Kenya?
Janedellis, Mirror of Hope
“Who suffers the impact of gender-based violence in Kenya?”
Mama Agnes' Story
“In the next 10 years I don’t even envision myself still living in Kibera because I have been able to educate my children.”
Talisha is 16 years old and grew up at Johns Landing Camping Ground on the Sunshine Coast with her 2 sisters and her Dad.
Mama Vincent's Story
Mama Vincent - 1 of many women we will be supporting through Best Foot forward in 2020.
Thank you to the following people for their work to make these stories possible:
Images with accompanying audio files – Mark Chew – www.markchew.com.au
Mama Agnes Story – Video by Jacob at Mirror of Hope