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  • TICAH’s royal dance with Crown Princess Mary of Denmark
    Posted in: Blog, News & Events

      Crown Princess Mary of Denmark made an official trip to Kenya this week to launch a gender equality campaign ‘’Deliver for Good’’ with Women Deliver on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights accompanied by Women Deliver President Katja Ivernsen and Danish ambassador to Kenya Mette Knudsen where they danced and showed their solidarity for […]

  • Open Letter Regarding The Unlawful Decisions By The Medical Board Against Marie Stopes Kenya
    Posted in: News & Events, Sexuality & Choices

    We, the undersigned, being representatives of institutions drawn from the health, human rights and governance sector write pursuant to our rights as Kenyan citizens and our organizations’constitutional mandate enshrined under Articles 3, 10 and 43. We further write with support and endorsement from various organizations working towards the advancement and realization of women’s and girls’ […]

  • TICAH’s Herbal Garden at DreamKona
    Posted in: Blog, Medicine Wheel Program, News & Events

    The natural world is full of beauty, sustenance, and healing if you know where to look and what to look for. To introduce the general public to art and plant medicine, TICAH staff and artists set up an herbal garden at DreamKona within Uhuru Gardens. The Herbal garden is open to the general public, to […]

  • 2018 Genderthon: Janet Mbugua meets Aunty Jane Hotline
    Posted in: Blog, News & Events, Our Stories, Sexuality & Choices

    The 2018 Genderthon Challenge organized by the Center for Rights Education and Awareness brought together Kenyans to enjoy an outdoor fitness challenge while raising funds and raising awareness for gender equality. The Genderthon focused on fitness obstacle courses. The event engaged participants in games like “the wall of doom,” a mud crawl, hanging ropes, sack races […]

  • TICAH staff transition to a more daring era
    Posted in: Blog, News & Events, Our Stories

    2018 marked a new beginning for the Trust for Indigenous Culture and Health. Mary Ann Burris, TICAH’s founder and former Executive Director officially became an elder as Jedidah Maina, former Deputy Director embraced the responsibility as TICAH’s new Executive Director. This growth is also being manifested among all TICAH staff taking on new responsibilities in […]

  • TICAH is looking for a MELS Coordinator
    Posted in: News & Events

    TICAH MELS Coordinator – Job Description   Position Overview   Based at our Nairobi office, the MELS Coordinator will support the design, planning and implementation of our program monitoring, evaluation, and learning initiatives in line with TICAH’s strategy and donor requirements. He/ she will ensure high standards and quality around MELS collection, analysis and reporting […]

  • TICAH is hiring !
    Posted in: News & Events, Our Stories, Sexuality & Choices

        We are looking for a passionate Program Coordinator with meticulous attention to detail and ability to oversee the nitty-gritty of program management and ensure a smooth flow of activities.     If you have 3-5 years’ experience in the SRHR space, have overseen diverse projects, led teams for 1-2 years and are excited […]

  • Art In the park on 24th February 2018
    Posted in: News & Events

      Join us for the first episode of Art in the Park 2018 at DreamKona for mural painting, free art workshops, music, dancing, and more.     It’s free to walk into Uhuru Gardens or 200 bob if you are driving… but there are no costs at the event or workshops.     All welcome. […]

  • Launch of the #MAMAnetwork.
    Posted in: News & Events, Our Stories, Sexuality & Choices

    MAMA is a two-year programme running to August 2018. MAMA aims to strengthen collaborative relationships between all groups of grassroots activists working to expand access to medical abortion. MAMA will improve dissemination of information about the potential of medical abortion at the community level in African countries. Read more on the https://womenhelp.org/en/blog

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