GBV Help Contacts

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Women and Girls Lead Global/ITVS International

We establish partnerships with and provide documentary films and media support for women empowerment NGOs to increase gender balance in Kenya’s 47 counties

Kenya (Nairobi)

Partners located in: Nairobi, Embu, Uasin Gishu, Mombasa, Kilifi, Marsabit, Kisumu and Homa Bay counties

Women and Girls Lead Global is an international initiative of USAID, Ford Foundation and ITVS International based out of San Francisco, CA and operating in 9 countries: Kenya, India, Bangladesh, Peru and Jordan – with partners in Malawi, Egypt, El Salvador and Venezuela

  • 13th Floor Landmark Plaza, Argwings Kodhek Road, Hurlingham.
  • P.O Box 856, 00606,Nairobi Kenya
  • Tel: +254203673327Mob:+254 703041327/+254716228081
  • Fax no: + 254 20 3673231

Social Welfare Development Programme (SOWED Kenya)

  • Community Mobilization

  • Community and Policy Advocacy

  • Capacity Building for Service Providers

  • Networking & Coalition Building

  • Kajiado
  • Kiambu
  • Nyandarua
  • Laikipia

Ongata Rongai

German Doctors Nairobi

Provision of medical treatment to survivors

Kasarani sub-county


P.O Box 1699-00621
Village Market
+ 254 724 119 707

Medicins Sans Frontier (MSF)

Offer free medical care to victims of Sexual Violence

Eastlands of Nairobi.

We have a Field Office along Juja Road next to Oil Libya Gas station.

0711 400 506

0727 429 860


The Centre for Rights, Education and Awareness (CREAW) is a registered, non-profit women’s rights organization founded in 1998 by several women lawyers who had common goals and a shared purpose to confront the low awareness of women’s real needs and rights in Kenya.

CREAW envisions a transformed and just equal society and its mission is to champion, expand and actualize women’s rights.

CREAW’s programs are thus anchored on enthusiastic lobbying and advocacy to support the interest of the constituents- the women and children of Kenya.

In the theory of change, CREAW believes that social transformation can happen through a shifting of social norms and practices that curtail the realization of women’s rights. This is done through legislative and policy advocacy, activism, public awareness, public interest litigation and innovative research. The desired change should be evident in attitudes, knowledge, skills, and levels of awareness, behaviour and health at personal, family, communal and societal levels.

In CREAW’s views, change requires a catalyst. As that catalyst, CREAW sees its role as lying in: Civic engagement, mentorship, dismantling patriarchy, seeking accountability at all levels, awareness raising, working through smart networks and movement building, broadening and deepening knowledge, inclusiveness and constant innovation.

CREAW’s values are based on one fundamental principle of “Love’ actualized through its values:- Integrity, Professionalism, Passion, Innovativeness and Synergy.

CREAW mainly works around the Access to Justice for disadvantaged women, Policy and Legislative reforms, Governance and Leadership and Economic empowerment of women. As such CREAW’s functions are to:

  1. Create public awareness and sensitize society on women’s rights; to respect, defend and uphold women human rights as well as promote equal rights of women.
  2. To promote the opportunities for women in the political and educational fields as well as in industry, business and in their professions.
  3. To generate new knowledge through innovative research and to reform policy and debate on women human rights
  4. Strengthen institutional capacity to perform its functions.

Nairobi, Nyeri, Kiambu, Meru, Nithi, Nakuru, Naivasha, Kisii, Thika and Muranga

Lavington Green Chalbi Drive, Hse No. 55, Lavington, Off Isaac Gathanju Rd.

P.O Box 11964-00100, Nairobi.

New Scent Centre International/ project called Gender Resilience Initiative

Counselling of GBV survivors, HIV/AIDs patients and alcoholics, training of the same on economic development, legal counsel and health and nutrition.

We are Tala now

Nairobi West

P. O. Box 49931-00100, Nairobi.

0722 732 058, 0736 197 719.


1. Evidence Based programming and policy advocacy

2. reporting SGBV cases and assist in access to justice at local/county level (through local partners and networks)

Nairobi – View Park Towers

1. Nairobi - Head Offices

Collaborative Centre for Gender and Development (CCGD)

View Park Tower 4th floor, Utalii Lane - 0736-474-556,,

Good Health Community Programmes

-Empower OVC Caregivers in improving their livelihoods through Soyabean programme.

-Provide Psychosocial services to Victims of Gender Based Violence and Referrals

Kakamega East sub county Virhembe sub location Kakamega County

Nuru complex



FIDA Kenya

FIDA Kenya is a non- profit, non-partisan membership organization committed to the creation of a society that is free from all forms of discrimination against women.

This is done through:

  1. Provision of legal aid to indigent women,
  2. Engagement on legal issues,
  3. Policy and legislative reform,
  4. Treaty monitoring and research,
  5. Women’s rights monitoring,
  6. Advocacy, education and referral among other programmatic interventions.

Nairobi, Mombasa, Kisumu


Physical Address:Amboseli Road off Gitanga Road, Lavington, Nairobi, Kenya
Postal Address:P.O. BOX 46324-00100 Nairobi, Kenya
Telephone:+254.20.3870444 or +254.20.3873511
Mobile:0722 509760 or 0733 845003,

Physical Address:Kizingo East Road off Mama Ngina Drive , Mombasa , Kenya
Postal Address:P.O. BOX 80687-80100 Mombasa, Kenya
Telephone:+254.041.222 4500 or +254.041.231 3611
Mobile:0724 256 659 or 0724 444 449

Physical Address:Milimani Estate, off Tom Mboya Drive , Kisumu , Kenya
Postal Address:P.O. BOX 19219-40100 Kisumu , Kenya
Mobile:0724 256 658 or 0734 444 448

Jebii Kilimo Foundation

  1. Anti FGM
  2. Education Initiatives
  3. Environment
  4. Civic Education
  5. HIV /AIDS
  6. Development

Nationally throughout Kenya



+254 720 743 674


HAK runs a 24 hour national GBV Rapid Response Call Centre and the GBV Toll Free Hotline 1195. HAK supports survivors of Sexual and Gender Based Violence by way of offering Tele-Counselling Services and linking survivors with other service providers i.e. ambulance, medical, GVRCs, the police, safe places, chiefs for further help.

National Program. Stationed in Nairobi - serving survivors in all the 47 counties through helpline 1195

Africa Alliance of YMCAs Building, 1St Floor, State House Crescent, Off State House Avenue



Single mothers association of Kenya

VCT and referral for further medical check-up and legal services

Nairobi, Rusinga island, Homa-bay, Kendu-bay, Lugari ,Kwisero and Mwingi.

Nairobi-Kinyanjui street, off general waruingi street, behind starehe boys center.

P.O. box 75603 (00200) city square post office Nairobi.

Gender Violence Recovery Centre

The Gender Violence Recovery Centre (GVRC) is a non-profit making, non-partisan; charitable trust of the Nairobi Women’s Hospital (NWH) which is a private institution that specializes in obstetrics and gynaecology services and seeks to provide holistic care to women and their families. GVRC has been at the forefront in the fight against GBV with a main purpose to bring back meaning to survivor’s lives and their families through the provision of comprehensive treatment and psychosocial support to the survivors of gender based violence.

  • Hurlingham
  • Adams
  • Ongata Rongai
  • Kitengela
  • Nakuru

Nairobi -Nairobi Women’s Hospital Adams Branch 3rd Floor.



ACORD International

Gender Justice & women’s rights

Peace building and conflict transformation

Health Rights

Food security& Livelihoods

  • Tana Delta
  • Taita Taveta
  • Isiolo
  • Marsabit
  • Bungoma
  • Transnzoia
  • Kisumu
  • Uasin Gishu
  • Kajiado

ACK Annex, 4th Floor Ist Ngong Avenue

P.O. Box 61216, 00200 Nairobi, Kenya

Phone: +254 20 27 211 72/85/86

Physicians for Human Rights (PHR)-Program on Sexual Violence in Conflict Zones

Aim to increase capacity for the collection, documentation, preservation and utilization of forensic/court-admissible evidence to support prosecutions and reparations for sexual violence crimes, through:

  1. Cross-sectoral, collaborative training for members of the health care, law enforcement, and legal sectors, where we
    1. train medical practitioners in the collection of forensic evidence of sexual violence, including documenting health consequences, assuring appropriate treatment, and supporting legal assistance and advocacy;
    2. provide forums for essential cross-training and professional collaboration between health, law enforcement and legal practitioners in serving survivors’ needs; and
    3. connect members of the health, law enforcement, and legal sectors to facilitate informal regional support networks among stakeholders working to combat sexual violence

  1. Advocacy for national and international reforms addressing the political, legal, social, and cultural obstacles that derail efforts toward prosecution of sexual violence, including through research to inform policy and legal reforms.

  1. Support to international and local legal processes in their efforts to prosecute perpetrators of widespread sexual violence and mass atrocities e.g. PHR is co-petitioner in an ongoing public interest litigation case pursuing accountability and reparations for survivors of sexual violence committed during the 2007/08 post-election violence.

Kenya - Nairobi


USA - Boston

Areas of training (so far): Nairobi, Eldoret, Naivasha, Kisumu and Nakuru

New York:

256 W 38th Street, 9th Floor, New York, NY 10018

Tel: 646.564.3720

Kenya office:

HERAF Building Muthangari Road, Valley Arcade - Nairobi

UNHCR – United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees

Protection and assistance for refugees and asylum seekers in Kenya.




UNHCR Westlands,

Lynwood Court Off Waiyaki way.

+254 20 4232000

African Gender and Media Trust Initiative(GEM)

Our mission is to advance gender equality through research and action on women’s human rights on:

  • Sexual and reproductive health and rights of women.
  • Violence against women.
  • Economic Justice.
  • New media.

Our current projects are:

  • Advocacy on forced and coerced sterilization on women living with HIV in Kenya.
  • Increasing Access to Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights Information and Economic empowerment for Young Women in Nairobi (Dandora) Band Kisumu (Nyalenda).

Our current partners are:

  • Fortress of Hope in Dandora.
  • Sugar Campaign for Change Foundation (SUCAM) in Kisumu
  • Grassroot Empowernment Trust (GETS) in Kakamega.
  • Lean On Me in Kisumu.
  • Personal Initiative for Positive Empowerment (PIPE) in Makadara.
  • 3rd Ngong Avenue ,Upperhill Gardens Apartments suite E6
  • office cell: 0702112670/0739803545/0202113093/0202113094
  • twitter: @GEM_Africa
  • Facebook: African Gender and Media Initiative Trust
  • Website:

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