Transformative Leadership Training for Women County Leaders St. John Manor, Kisumu
Workshop Participants together with the facilitators
Deputy Governor of Mombasa County – HE. Hazel Katana, 2nd left and Deputy Governor of Kisumu – HE. Ruth Odinga, 3rd left at the workshop proceedings
Women Leaders from Kisii County
Women Economic Empowerment (WEE) Workshop Closing Ceremony.
From left: Ms. Shachar Reem- Deputy Director MCTC Training Centre in Israel; Dr. Ruth Ndungu – Registrar Corporate Affairs, KU; Dr. Francis Onditi- Programme Analyst, UN Wome ; Israel Ambassador to Kenya – Yahel Vilan; Deputy Israel Ambassador, Nadav Peldman; Dr. Josephine Odera – Regional Advisor, Leadership & Governance, UN Women ESARO and Prof. Sauda Swaleh- Deputy Director ACTIL
Participants of the Transformative Leadership Training for Women in Political Parties in Zimbabwe, 13th – 19th September, 2015
Women from the Banking Industry
Gulf Bank Annisaa Staff training 7th- 9th October 2015.
Gender Responsive and Transformative Evaluation Workshop
Participants of the Gender Responsive and Transformative Evaluation Workshop for Policy Makers and Implementers, 2nd – 6th November 2015
Participants of the 2014 Women Economic Empowerment (WEE) Alumni follow up Workshop, 18th – 24th October 2015
The United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women) in partnership with Kenyatta University, has established the Africa Centre for Transformative and Inclusive Leadership (ACTIL) which seeks to raise transformative leaders and build the leadership competencies of upcoming and existing leaders, especially women and youth in politics, business, government and society to drive accelerated, equitable and sustainable development within the environment of increasing challenges and complexities, influenced by both local and global developments.
ACTIL seeks to promote innovation and social transformation and to facilitate the emergence of a regional network of Leadership Institutes in developing standards and accreditation in Leadership development. Through evidence-based policy advice, training and mentorship, ACTIL empowers male and female decision makers to promote policies that are inclusive, equitable and sustainable while accelerating growth and development.