To partner with women, (including young women, women with disabilities and women from marginalized communities) to create a better society.
To be a catalyst that empowers, positions, and advocates for women, (including young women, women with disabilities and women from marginalized communities) towards attainment of their full potential.
Uphold the dignity of women
Mutual respect for each other
Learning and Innovation
Who We Are
Echo Network Africa (ENA) formerly Kenya Women Holding (KWH) was founded in 1982 as a woman led, women serving development institution that works with other like minded stakeholders to empower, position and advocate for women with speciﬁc focus on young women, women with disabilities and women from marginalized communities.
ENA is a membership organization whose focus is to be a cata- lyst for development that propels the women empowerment agenda. We achieve this by collaborating with governments (national and county) and community based organizations, hence creating alliances to innovate and grow viable initiatives that enable women to advance their security and prosperity.
ENA’s programs are anchored on four major pillars, namely: Women Empowerment (Women Inclusion in the Aquaculture Value Chain), Positioning (Tuvuke & Engendering Reform Processes), Advocacy (Sexual Reproductive and Maternal Health) Youth Empowerment (Women & Girls in Science Tech- nology Engineering & Mathematics [STEM] ). ENA maintains its edge by employing a private sector driven model to work with individuals and communities to catalyze societal change.