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Sisters for Justice had a privilege to be invited by the County Government of Mombasa to the women’s day celebration in Miritini, Jomvu Sub County.
Sisters for Justice had the privilege to be invited by the County Government of Mombasa to a grassroots CSO’s planning meeting on how to maintain a clean environment in disposing garbage.
HAKI Africa, Mombasa Social Justice Center, Changamwe Social Justice Center and Kilifi Social Justice Center had a great time with members of Boda Boda Riders on Legal Aid. As we all know Bodaboda’s had played a major role in Kisauni in fighting crimes during their line of work.
The event was a launch of Amkeni Wakenya of UNDP Access to Jutice Project.
Partners, Regional Police Commander, Inspectorate, Judiciary, Lawyer’s and others graced the event from peaceful pros sessions stating “Uhalifu si Poa” to few remarks and legal advices from judiciary and lawyers present.
Looking forward in enhancing access to justice for everyone.
During the Sisters for Justice’s launch..
It was officially declared to be the first women’s Social Justice Centre in Mombasa that will have women at the leadership and the core of all its business.
We availed ourselves, all Pwani Social Justice Centers and HAKI Africa, to forward report on the killings of three innocent children from Kwale County Kibundani Village that they faced a violent death together with their father.
We handed over the report to Regional Commander and other security agencies.
They had assured us in the next two weeks they will give out their report.
We were at very vulnerable area known as Kidagaya and Junda Nyika for food relief distribution. Emphasis on one meter, washing of hands and covering up their mouth and nose with face mask to avoid spread of COVID 19.
During disasters like this there are main things that are necessary for every one that is Enough precautions, food and medical treatment.
Stay home, stay safe.
Sisters for Justice had a privilege to be invited for a radio talk show at Radio Rahma and the Host being Mr. Rashid Majani on his show famously known as Rahma Drive Show discussion being “Effects of conflicts on women and children in the society” stay tuned and we will share the link soon.
Sisters for Justice in partnership with local groups including Wakombozi Youth Group and HAKI Africa has today launch the art mtaani artivism project at it’s office in Mwandoni Sunlight Stage, Kisauni. The project will be using street graffiti and murals to send Coivd-19 and human rights messages.
The art work today its a clear human right expression the ability to create visual interest and to promote solidarity, awareness, and protest and play a major roll in society by promoting human rights advocacy.
Sisters for Justice was privileged to be part of a two-day training on “Building trust in the justice system and enhancing access to justice in order to present individuals at risk of VE with an alternative means to express their grievances and reduce their vulnerability to violent extremism”
Sisters for Justice together with other civil society groups marked the International Peace Day by a procession beginning at Uhuru na Kazi to Makadara ground.
This year’s theme is “Shaping Peace Together.” Celebrate the day by spreading compassion, kindness and hope in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sisters for Justice took part in the launching of The Brutal Pandemic as Missing Voices’ 2020 Annual Report. This is a project aimed at ending police killings and enforced disappearances in Kenya.
When confronted with human rights reports or media accounts, Kenyan authorities continue to either deny or dismiss the existence of what appears to be a government policy on enforced disappearances and police killings. Since its inception in August 2018, Missing Voices has documented and verified data of police killings and enforced disappearances, held several campaigns and events to increase public awareness on violent policing and to create platform for dialogues with stakeholders.
Sisters for Justice team invited a few friends to celebrate their victory that is the award won by Naila Abdallah as the upcoming HRD of the year 2020.
Its a journey and we know thanking and appreciating our inner circle as Sisters for Justice is key. We thank all those who were present and those who weren’t present with us physically but wished us well. May Allah easen it for all of us throughout the way.
At Marina EnglishPoint we stayed put celebrating our nominated Human Rights Defenders in Nairobi. We were celebrating our own Executive Director and Mentor Ms Naila Abdallah.
As we indulged in Human Rights talks. We eagerly waited for the Awarding time. We were greatly represented and proud that Mombasa County left with an Award.
Sisters for Justice, HAKI Arica and Uhaki na Usawa organization at Moi International Airport to receive our Executive Director who was awarded as the National Human Rights Defender of the year 2020.
We welcome you warmly with an award from Defenders Coalition. We Salute you Naila Abdallah! Sisters for Justice Viva!