yvoneakoth

Joined Jan 2016
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Bio

About Me

I am a peace advocate and a violence prevention strategist. I am passionate about local activism for promoting sustainable peace, and international development for championing policies that support human rights interventions, gender equality and transnational security.

My Vision

My vision for the future is a violence free society.

Needs

The support I am seeking from World Pulse community is to help me create more visibility about my work.

Abilities

I can help other women offering them my support, creating visibility for their work and sharing financial resources.

Interests

Gender-based ViolenceEmpowering GirlsHuman Rights for WomenWomen in LeadershipEngaging Men and Boys in Gender EqualityWomen in Technology

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yvoneakoth commented on I am turning into a techie! Mar 14 yvoneakoth commented on The Black and Blue Eye Project-Against Cyber Bullying Mar 14 yvoneakoth loved The Black and Blue Eye Project-Against Cyber Bullying Mar 14 yvoneakoth loved Celebrating Women in the Time of the New Corona Virus Mar 14 yvoneakoth commented on Technology is my voice to be heared Mar 14 yvoneakoth loved Technology is my voice to be heared Mar 14 yvoneakoth commented on I have been transformed by technology; “Now I have the power to keep transforming women and girls with disabilities In grassroots communities” Mar 14 yvoneakoth loved I have been transformed by technology; “Now I have the power to keep transforming women and girls with disabilities In grassroots communities” Mar 14 yvoneakoth loved YOU HAVE A VOICE...USE IT !!!!! Mar 14 yvoneakoth commented on My Libya experience is what I can not advise my worst enemy to embark on.. Jan 10 yvoneakoth loved Add your voice to that of women peacebuilders in Cameroon Jan 10 yvoneakoth loved My Libya experience is what I can not advise my worst enemy to embark on.. Jan 10 yvoneakoth commented on Women, Military and Converging Leadership Roles in the New Decade Jan 10 yvoneakoth commented on Skills Initiative for Africa’s (SIFA) Funding Window I now open for Kenya and Ethiopia Oct 21, 2019 yvoneakoth loved When women join hands and merge their stories Mar 08, 2019 yvoneakoth loved Of Shattered Dreams, And HOPE: Mar 08, 2019 yvoneakoth loved I Hail You Woman Mar 08, 2019 yvoneakoth loved world free of violence Mar 08, 2019 yvoneakoth loved SHE is a HERO , SHE is selfless Mar 08, 2019 yvoneakoth loved Do not Look for Me in the Crowds of Those Celebrating Mar 08, 2019 yvoneakoth loved Art by Women, for the Women! Mar 08, 2019 yvoneakoth loved EMBRACING YOUR DIVINE FEMININE POWER Mar 08, 2019 yvoneakoth loved My (our!) dreams Mar 08, 2019 yvoneakoth loved Bipolar Disorder and Motherhood/Pregnancy Mar 08, 2019 yvoneakoth loved What exactly will it take for authorities to act on our behalf? Mar 08, 2019 yvoneakoth loved Why should womanhood be celebrated only on one day ? Mar 08, 2019 yvoneakoth loved RAISING OUR VOICES AGAINST INSECURITY OF WOMEN AND GIRLS IN NIGERIA Mar 08, 2019 yvoneakoth commented on KENYA: Ambitious Young Women Won’t Be Stopped Dec 17, 2018 yvoneakoth commented on NEPAL: Safety Shouldn’t Mean Losing My Freedom Dec 15, 2018 yvoneakoth commented on INDIA: When Loitering Is Revolutionary Dec 15, 2018 yvoneakoth commented on At Risk of Premature Death: Kenya’s Ambitious Young Women Oct 14, 2018 yvoneakoth commented on The long walk IS freedom Oct 10, 2018 yvoneakoth commented on Change starts with ME! A tribute to the International Women’s Day 2018 Mar 02, 2018 yvoneakoth commented on How to Get Involved Mar 02, 2018 yvoneakoth commented on The Tongue in Judgment to a Sharp Pen Apr 22, 2017 yvoneakoth commented on I Never Imagined I would go back to School! Apr 22, 2017 yvoneakoth commented on CAMEROON: An Open Letter to Body Shamers Jan 26, 2017 yvoneakoth commented on My Vision is Becoming Real Dec 22, 2016 yvoneakoth commented on My Big, Audacious Goal Dec 22, 2016 yvoneakoth commented on My Daughters are enough! Dec 04, 2016