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Satima’s Diversity


Date: July 2012 – September 2012 (Current Project)

Organisation: United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)

Responsible for the development of a health gender policy for the Ministry of Health and Public Sanitation in Kenya. This included identifying policy gaps, gender issues and responses within the health sector to guide policy the policy development.



Date: May 2012 – July 2012

Organisation: UNICEF with MSWGCA and UN Women

Responsible for the review assessing NGSP’s alignment with the Gender Mainstreaming and Advancement Policies. They were also to analyze the relationship between the NGSP and Sierra Leone’s current legal framework, such as the Constitution, that contain relevant provisions for the status of gender equality. From this they were to develop recommendations to accelerate work on gender equality as envisaged by the National Gender Strategic Plan.



Date:March 2009 – August 2009

Organization:NALEP –Ministry of Agriculture  

Assignment:Study of Particular Assets and Vulnerabilities of Rural Women within the Agricultural Sector in Kenya

The overall purpose of the study is to establish rural women’s current levels of asset accumulation and vulnerabilities to provide the basis for the interventions to obtain gender equality in access to rural resources. The results of this study will assist the sector adequately address gender-based resource constraints, reduce vulnerability and enhance agricultural productivity and economic growth. In the long-term, these improvements will contribute to the achievement of not just the Vision 2030 goals, but also to the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), such as Eradication of Poverty and Hunger, Universal Primary Education and Promotion of Gender Equality.



 Date: February – November 2011

Organization:International Planned Parenthood Federation Africa Region (IPPFAR)

Assignment:Guidelines to integrate Gender, Rights and Sexuality in sexual and reproductive health rights (SRHR)

This consultancy offered on a part time basis is to offer technical support the implementation of violence against women project within sexual and reproductive health rights projects in 4 countries; Cameroon, Nigeria, Lesotho and Namibia.  A second component of the support is to design and customize gender, rights and sexuality training for advocacy and programme leaders within Member associations.



Date: December – April 2008

Organization: Kenya Law Reform Commission (KLRC)

Assignment: Review of Impediments to Women’s Access to Justice

This consultancy was an in depth research and review of the barriers women face in accessing justice in Kenya. In doing so, the rationale for addressing women’s access to legal services drawing on both international and national provisions was analysed. The report was to capture the current status of research, dialogue and policy making on access to justice issues.



Date: February- June 2006

Organization: Ford Foundation, Nairobi

Assignment: East African LGBTI Conference organizing, co-ordination and management, through conference theme development, identification and briefing of regional speakers, mobilization of LGBTI activists from Uganda, Tanzania and Kenya, conference facilitation and preparation of ground-breaking conference report; “This Body”.