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The first International Women’s Economic Empowerment Conference, 2022

KU–WEE Hub Conference Concept The Kenyatta University Women’s Economic Empowerment Hub (KU-WEE Hub) was established through a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (B&MGF) to generate evidence on what works to advance Women’s Economic Empowerment in Kenya. For more information about the Hub, visit our website here. The KU-WEE Hub in collaboration with

Prof. Judith Waudo

Prof. Judith Waudo for championing the election of KU-WEE Hub to the Global WEE Hub’s steering committee and representing the Hub as a speaker during the launch 

Husbands and Boyfriends primary perpetrators of SGBV – Study

Husbands and Boyfriends primary perpetrators of SGBV – Study Majority of survivors reported physical and psychological violence By Evans Nyagwara A pilot study conducted by Kenyatta University Women’s Economic Empowerment Hub’s Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV) research team has identified Husbands (84.4%) and boyfriends (9.4%) as the biggest perpetrators of the vice.  The study

Gender-responsive pedagogy for Technical Vocational Education and Training will enhance Women’s Economic Empowerment

Gender-responsive pedagogy for Technical Vocational Education and Training will enhance Women’s Economic Empowerment By Evans Nyagwara Teachers and school leaders in technical and vocational Education and training (TVET) prepare all learners to the needs of society and decent work. There is need to have an equitable access to education which is context-specific and relevant. Any

There is need to streamline Sexual Gender-Based Violence reporting processes in the Public Transport Sector

By Evans Nyagwara Gender-based violence (SGBV) refers to harmful acts directed at an individual based on their gender. It is rooted in gender inequalities, the abuse of power and harmful norms. It is a serious violation of human rights and a life-threatening and health and protection issue. These acts can be physical, emotional or verbal.