Kenya Scouts Unite

Project Descriptions for Consideration

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74% of Kenyan women think it’s okay for a man to hit them.

We educate and encourage universities to adopt policies that address gender-based violence perpetrated by faculty and upperclassmen.

We have integrated healthy relationships and gender-based violence prevention into every year of training curricula for over 1 million Kenyan scouts aged 9-21 (girls and boys), with annual inoculations to reinforce the key principles, including No Means No and No More Bystanders, equipping scouts to safely stand up and call it out when they observe gender-based violence. Each year, scouting leaders nationwide are trained by Servant Forge on how to implement this aspect of the Scouting Program.

Greatest Need: Expand the curriculum to include additional youth organizations beyond scouting and introduce the curriculum to their systems.

Combatting Gender-Based Violence in Kenya

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