The Association of Media Women in Kenya ( AMWIK) in partnership with Search for Common Ground (SFCG) convened a conference on 13th March 2014 at the Desmond Tutu Centre. The Conference titled “Media: a Voice for All” brought together five Media Women’s Association from the great lakes comprising The Continue Reading
Many Kenyans have in the past years not taken time to follow up on services provided by the government because of many reasons. Among these reasons are understanding the right to demand information and lack of participation in the development county agendas. While conducting a training on Devolution and Continue Reading
On Wednesday 27th June 2013, the Integra Initiative was launched at the Sarova Panafric Hotel. The project was conducted by the Ministry of Health through the Division of Reproductive Health and the National AIDS and STIs control Programme NASCOP in collaboration with the Population Council, Family Health Options-Kenya and Continue Reading
AMWIK congratulates its members Dennitah Ghati, Sabina Chege and Alice Chae for being elected for the County Women Representative Positions. Dennitah is the first Woman Representative for Migori County; Alice Woman Representative Nyamira County and Sabina Woman Representative Murang’a County. We are proud of them and wish them the Continue Reading
Media practitioners have vowed to embrace Conflict Sensitive Journalism in news coverage to avert chaos in the upcoming general elections.
Speaking during a media discussion forum in Nairobi, Mr. Maurice Makoloo, Regional Representative, Ford Foundation in East Africa observed that media practitioners’ ought to take up issue Continue Reading
To The Public Editor, The Association of Media Women in Kenya, (AMWIK) wishes to protest to the gender insensitive photograph of Hon Charity Ngilu carried in your newspaper dated Wednesday 5th December 2012 (pg. 3). The focus on Honorable and presidential candidate Charity Ngilu’s legs in your newspaper is Continue Reading
His Excellency the President of Kenya Hon. Mwai Kibaki has called upon women in the country to seek for elective positions in the coming general election.