This year, we were able to participate in CSW 63! Our work in line with the CSW agenda, addresses among others, SDGs3 Good Health and Well-being through our sexual and reproductive health and rights program, SDG4 Quality Education through our work with schools, ensuring a reduced number of school drop outs, through our menstrual management and proper infrastructure and sanitation programme, that girls go to school, stay and finish school, SDG5 Gender Inequality through our mentoring programmes where girls are taught about their human rights and the emphasis that women’s rights are human rights and SDG17 Partnerships for the goals respectively through collaborating with like-minded organisations.

Through partnerships and collaborations with other organisations, our work also addresses SDG8 promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all.

Our mentoring camps would not be successful without the support and collaboration of parents. Not only do we understand the importance of the role of parents, we also want to tap into them as a resource. It is with this additional support that we can ascertain a measure of sustainability for our alumnae.

This year, beneficiary parents from 2 different groups attended a convening that sought to identify best practices in promoting positive cycles and support provision for the beneficiaries both at the camp retreats and in their respective homes.


The Resource Center for Women and Girls (RCWG) is a non-governmental organisation that works with young women and girls from rural and rural-urban areas of Kenya. RCWG uses the Mentoring Camps for girls and young women as the tool to promote their personal transformation and empowerment, so that they are better equipped to achieve their full potential in all areas of their lives, and thus be competent and knowledgeable agents of change as leaders of now and the future

The Resource Center for Women and Girls is inviting applications for a space at our prestigious annual residential Mentoring Camp for girls in November 2018.

Eligibility Criteria
 Girls between the ages of 15-18years of age
 Girls who are ready to commit to the program for a minimum of 3 years
 Girls who are innovative, creative and ready to participate in a unique program
 Girls who have an interest in developing their personal potential

Application Procedure
Applicants are required to write a minimum of one A4 page essays each on the following:

i) Personal Statement (About me)
ii) Why I want to attend the Mentoring Camps for girls
iii) Themed Essay1
iii) A signed approval form of parent/guardian2

Applicants are required to submit their essays to the staff member coordinating the process. If you have any questions regarding the application procedure kindly email them to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or contact 0756678667

1 Essay theme for 2018 Application: If you were the woman representative of your county, which 5 issues would you prioritize for your county?

2Forms will be distributed on confirmation of acceptance


Capture3Staff and supporters of The MATCH Fund first met the women and girls of the RCWG in Kenya last year. Here's what one staff member said about the experience: "From the minute I walked in, I knew this wasn't just any women's resource center. There was the goosebump factor right away. Their work is transformational for girls in Machakos." We look forward to sharing RCWG's updates with you throughout the year.


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