Community Update

Digital Empowerment Toolkit Now Available!

At World Pulse, we recognize the need for ongoing learning—for you and for your community! Our toolkits aim to provide the resources you need to advance your social change work.

We are excited to introduce our Digital Empowerment Trainers’ Toolkit, a dynamic resource to help you bring the benefits of connecting online to women in your community. Check it out today! »

Introducing myself and my journal: Women Human Rights are Human Rights

About Me:
I am a Communications Officer at the Center for Rights Education and Awareness (CREAW). I have had 5 years of experience in liaison, publishing and Public-Relations within the organization. I also double up as Head of ICT, especially in development and management of our website, portal and dissemination of our various development-communications-based media.

I liaise with internal and external publics (media, partners e.t.c) in enhancing communication strategies of our programmes and projects. This is in line with our Mission to transform society by empowering women and expanding new frontiers for women’s rights and freedoms.

My Passions:
Liaison, Public Relations, Music (vocals and guitar)

My Challenges:
Networking with communication experts in the NGO world

My Vision for the Future:
To be an influential Director of PR in Women and Development Communications

My Areas of Expertise:
Communications and Sociology


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Karibu Stella

We are excited that you have joined PulseWire and look forward to you sharing with us the solutions CREAW has come up with to help empower women and educate them on their rights and freedoms. I know that you will find this to be a positive experience and encourage you to take advantage of the numerous resources and features available through our vibrant online community. We are so fortunate to have over 100 members from Kenya so you will find a lot of support here from your sisters. Browse through our Groups too -- you might be interested to join "Jambo, Hello from Kenya!" a group (link below) hosted by Leah Auma Okeyo, an amazing Kenyan grassroots leader living in Migori, Western Kenya. She is one of our valued and dearest souls, who has educated us on the plight of women in Kenya and children suffering from HIV/AIDs.

Again, karibu and we look forward to hearing more from you.

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