Baraka Women's Centers is honored to have the support of many partners including:

  • Ministry of Education; Nairobi County Department of Adult Education 
  • Ministry of Health
  • Ministry of Environment
  • Ministry of Public Service Youth and Gender Affairs, National Government Affirmative Action Fund (NGAAF) 
  • Ministry of Labor, National Industrial Training Authority (NITA)
  • Advocates for Social Change Kenya (formerly MEGEN), a Nairobi-based NGO established to engage men in combatting gender-based violence. Executive Director Philip Otieno and trainer Alfred Makabira conducted workshops at Baraka Center;
  • American Friends of Kenya – Supported development of Baraka Center's library;  
  • Equity Bank Kenya – Provided financial literacy workshops for Baraka Center, funded by the Equity Group Foundation;     
  • Life Bloom Services International – Provided Entrepreneur and Leadership Training led by founder Catherine Wanjohi and Wanjiru Ngigi; 
  • Lulea – provided leatherwork training for Baraka Center members at the company's Center of Excellence in Karen;
  • MSF Kenya – Support for the Center's AIDS and TB Awareness and Screening Program;
  • Simon Kamangu, Businessman
  • The Honorable Rachel Shebesh, former Nairobi County Women's MP provided donations of equipment and teacher salaries;
  • Women’s Centers International (WCI) – Provided initial funding to open BWC in 2012 and operational funding through 2015.


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