Affordable WASH related technologies (rain water harvesting tanks, Bio sand Filters & ventilated Pit Latrines.)

Environmental Conservation

Climate security and resilience trainings

Involvement in climate change mitigation and adaptation

Environmental education

Awareness and sensitivity to the environment and environmental challenges

Girlchild mentorship

Becoming a good mentor, Gender & girls rights, Importance of girl’s education and empowerment


A woman led organization in Kenya working across the counties of Kenya in changing the lives of women.

WWANC was started in 2011 with two co-founders and directors who had the passion to bring change in the society by empowering women socially, economically and politically while mitigating climate change.



200 +

Volunteers Country wide


Successful Projects


Number of Supporters

Our Programs

1. Watu wa miti Initiative

WATU WA MITI initiative is an ongoing project being funded by International Tree Foundation (ITF), and it was officially launched in March 2021. The project’s aim is enhancing lives and livelihoods of communities living the around the Kakamega tropical rain forest.

2. A gender Agenda

A gender agenda is a project fully funded by Women Earth Alliance and is revolving around creating a resilient community focusing more on women. Why women yet we are all affected by effects of climate change?

Since time immemorial, women have been the most effected with all sorts of calamities related to climate change and the cultural aspect.

3. Mama care

The Mama Care SELF HELP GROUP (SHG) program is a concept where women’s capacity is built socially, economically and politically through capacity building.

The project works with the vulnerable women clustered as category 3. (the very vulnerable & those living below 1 dollar per day).

Our Model

WWANC seeks to cultivate long-term partnerships and maintain long-term solutions that encompass women centered community development projects geared towards transforming women burdens into viable opportunities. We are committed to ensuring that our investments are spent directly in the communities where we work to the greatest extent possible.

Promoting resilient communities through health, education, climate, and economic justice for grassroots women in Africa

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Success Story


  Entrepreneurship as the creation or extraction of economic value from an activity has been the basis and source of living for people in the villages of Kenya for centuries. With this definition, entrepreneurship is viewed as change, generally entailing risk beyond what is normally encountered in starting a business, which may include values other than simply economic ones. An entrepreneur is

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Success Story

Women and Forest Conservation

Jane Munyerere is a 35-year- old woman in Malava, Kakamega County. She is a shining example of how training and education in conservation can empower women and improve their lives. Through the training provided by Women in Water and Natural Resources, Jane has been able to learn about environmental conservation and how to establish and maintain a tree nursery. This

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Climate Reservation

2023 is a year that women shall me positioned well on issues of forestry and environment and as an organization we aim to be a catalyst to bring this to a reality.

Making Women’s efforts in Forest Conservation a reality requires tremendous support from a variety of sources. As a principal actor and influential organization in the forest sector, we continue to work with organizations to support diversity, equity, and inclusion in the sector and the Women’s Forest conservation in a variety of ways, including: While financial support for the effort continues

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