Our Contacts

Mvuli Lane, off Thika Superhighway

Opp. Muthaiga Police Station

P. O. Box: 3006 - 00200,

Nairobi, Kenya


Office Mobiles:

0722 - 252939

0721 - 367677

0722 - 258550


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Website: www.wrapkenya.or.ke

Our Partners

Strategic and Implementing Partners
WRAP has over the years sought to establish an effective referral system with peer and like-minded organizations that address themselves to the various issues that affect women and children in Kenya. Some of the national organizations that WRAP networks with:

  • The Community: through Community and Religious Based Organizations; and Women’s and Youth Organizations/Groups
  • Government of Kenya: Relevant Ministries, Departments and Agencies, including the Provincial Administration and Kenya Police
  • African Network For the Prevention And Protection Against Child Abuse And Neglect (ANPPCAN) Kenya Chapter
  • African Network For the Prevention And Protection Against Child Abuse And Neglect
  • The Child Rights Advisory, Documentation and Legal Center (CRADLE)
  • African Women's Development and Communications Network (FEMNET)
  • Center for Rights and Education and Awareness Women (CREAW)
  • Education Center for Women in Democracy (ECWD)
  • Association of Media Women in Kenya (AMWIK)
  • International Commission for justice (ICJ-Kenya)
  • Kenya National Commission on Human Rights
  • Coalition of Violence Against Women (COVAW)
  • Wholistic Caring And Counseling Center (WCCC)
  • Young Women's Leadership Institute (Y.W.L.I)
  • Federation Of Women Lawyers (FIDA) Kenya
  • United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)
  • Child Welfare Society of Kenya (CWSK)
  • The Nairobi Women's Hospital (NWH)
  • International Justice Mission (I.J.M)
  • Liverpool VCT & Care Kenya (LVCT)
  • Child Legal Action Network (CLAN)
  • Undugu Society Reception Center
  • The Legal Resources Foundation
  • Independent Medico-Legal Unit
  • Institutions of Higher Learning
  • Hospitals, throughout Kenya
  • Churches, throughout Kenya
  • The Children's Department
  • Girl Child Network (GCN)
  • Amani Counseling Center
  • Amnesty International (K)
  • Juvenile Justice Network
  • Girl Child Network (GCN)
  • Standard Newspapers
  • Little Angels Network
  • Rescue Dada Center
  • Undugu Society
  • Heshima Kenya
  • GOAL Rescue
  • GOAL Kenya
  • Childline
  • HIAS

Terre des Hommes Netherlands
Terre des Hommes Netherlands is dedicated to putting a stop to child exploitation in developing countries. Working with local project partners Terre des Hommes Netherlands is active in fifteen countries (and provide emergency aid in two countries) spread across four regions: Southeast Asia, South Asia, East Africa and South America.
The organisation's head office is located in The Hague. To ensure fruitful and effective interaction with local partners, Terre des Hommes Netherlands has regional offices in each of the four regions: in Jakarta (Indonesia), Colombo (Sri Lanka), Nairobi (Kenya) and Cochabamba (Bolivia). The regional offices coordinate cooperation with local project partners.
The Regional Office, East Africa started its operation in July 1993 and was officially registered in June 2004 as an International Non-governmental Organisation (NGO) with the NGO Coordination Board in Kenya. In addition to the Regional Office in Nairobi, there are Country Offices in Mwanza, Tanzania and in Kampala, Uganda.
Terre des Hommes Netherlands Regional Office supports 80 projects in Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda that are planned and implemented by 59 local project partners. The projects targets to help children that are being exploited and abused or are at risk of being exploited and abused. Among these most vulnerable children are children affected by HIV/AIDS and children with a disability.
Terre des Hommes has partnered with WRAP since 2002 in assisting vulnerable children in Kenya.

Hivos is an international development organisation guided by humanist values. Together with local civil society organisations in developing countries, Hivos wants to contribute to a free, fair and sustainable world. A world in which all citizens – both women and men – have equal access to opportunities and resources for development and can participate actively and equally in decision-making processes that determine their lives, their society and their future.
Hivos trusts in the creativity and capacity of people. Quality, cooperation and innovation are core values in Hivos’ programme development and business philosophies. Hivos is committed to people in Africa, Asia and Latin America who are systematically blocked from rights, opportunities and resources. A lasting improvement in their situation is the ultimate measure for our work. One of the guiding principles of Hivos philosophy is strengthening the social position of women.
Core values:

  • Human dignity and self-determination
  • Pluralism and democracy
  • Focus on material and non-material aspects
  • Mutual solidarity and responsible citizenship
  • Respect for people’s cultural and social identity
  • Responsible management of nature and natural resources

Programme areas:

  • Rights & Citizenship
  • Green Entrepreneurship
  • Expression & Engagement
  • Action for Change

WRAP and Hivos have partnered since 2013 in implementing Holistic GBV Programming for Social Change in Dandora, Kayole and Kiambiu slums in Nairobi, Kenya.

The ARTS Canvas
The Arts Canvas Limited is a young Kenyan organization with two major functions:

  • A resource and co-ordination centre: co-coordinating activities and providing information and support to organizations and individuals working in the arts and cultural field,
  • Advocacy: cultural expression and community organizing.

The organization is founded by Mumbi Kaigwa, the actual Artistic and Managing Director. Mumbi Kaigwa is a cultural activist, performer, writer, actress and producer of theatre, film and TV. As its first activity, the Arts Canvas received a small grant from the Hivos in 2013, to allow for the preparation of a V. Monologue performance in February 2013.
The proceeds from the performance was shared with WRAP to support WRAP activities aimed at economically empower abused women seeking shelter and other related supportive services.


The NEPAD/ Spanish Fund
The NEPAD/ Spanish Fund for African Women’s Empowerment was created in 2007 following the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between the former NEPAD Secretariat, now the NEPAD Agency, and the Kingdom of Spain through the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAEC). Both institutions acknowledge gender equity, equality and women’s empowerment as prerequisites for sustainable growth and development.
The NEPAD Spanish Fund for African Women Empowerment aims to empower African women with the financial resources needed to unlock their economic potential, fight poverty, create wealth and contribute to the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals, economic growth and sustainable development. The Fund provides grants to support projects that are aimed at empowering African Women and promoting gender equality.
During the First call for proposals launched in 2008, a total of 46 projects in 23 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa received funding.  WRAP was a beneficiary and was able to establish as an Economic Empowerment of women survivors of GVB in informal settlements in Nairobi.

NEPAD Projects focuses on the following areas;

  1. Small and medium enterprise development,
  2. Microcredit,
  3. Agro-processing,
  4. Vocational skills training,
  5. Agriculture,
  6. Democratic governance,
  7. Eradication of gender based violence,
  8. Elimination of gender disparities in primary and secondary education,
  9. Promotion of human rights,
  10. Promoting participation of women in environment conservation practices and management,
  11. Sexual and reproductive health and HIV prevention services, and
  12. Promoting participation of women in decision making processes and bodies.