CRAWN TRUST

INFORMED

CITIZENS

TRANSFORMATIVE

LEADERSHIP

SHARED

PROSPERITY

OUR PURPOSE

Community Advocacy and Awareness (CRAWN) Trust is a change catalyst providing African women and girls with the tools, voice and platforms in which they can effect change at individual, family, community within local, regional, national, continental levels in economic, social and political spheres.

    • Empower women and girls by confronting threats to their freedoms, rights and create impact that helps them be change agents in their communities.
    • Raise awareness through civic &  political education to the extent that citizens can pause, take stock of their decisions, and re-imagine a better society.
    • Birth transformative leaders who are elected by informed citizens within accountable systems.
    • Harness fresh, untapped talents and skills from the marginalized in society.

Vibrant communities where women and men are valued and have equal access to opportunities.

Empower citizens with the necessary information and skills so as to promote an informed society that will drive change and harness the available opportunities for sustainable development.

    • Respect
    • Integrity
    • Humility
    • Compassion
    • Commitment to delivering results
    • Service to others

Build a just and democratic society, founded on an informed and empowered citizenry who are drivers of transformative change.

Work with a reliable network of like-minded organizations across Kenya and across the World.

OUR PROGRAMMES

OUR PROJECTS

OUR PEOPLE

OUR PARTNERS

 
 

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CRAWN Trust is building a social, political, and economic movement run by and for Women in Africa that creates a space for true and lasting personal & societal advancement.

Mentor

Partner with us to mentor Women and Girls across Africa.

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Connect

Partner with us to build Women based networks and alliances.

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Donate

Partner with us to empower Women & Girls through our programmes.

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OUR OFFICES

We are located at Suite No 22, 4th Floor
Bishop Ibiam House, All Africa Conference of Churches Complex
Off Waiyaki Way, opposite Safaricom.