Walk with Her

Walk with Her is a county by county movement that will activate communities to be change makers in
the lives of vulnerable girls who need support in Garissa, Wajir and Tana River County through
Walk with her is our opportunity to show love, care, and courage to help girls access quality
education, to have the power to live a life free of violence so they can live their lives to their full
why Girls
The most vulnerable girls in Kenya have traditionally been identified as coming from the ASAL (Arid
/Semi-Arid Lands) regions. School enrolment in these areas is significantly lower whereby only 30%
(Net Enrolment Ratio) of girls enter primary school, out of which only 16.5% complete this level of
Girls are denied their fundamental human rights to education and health care even though they are
the key to a better future for their communities. Pastoralist Girls Initiative (PGI) set up to support girls
from the Arid and Semi-Arid region where access to basic needs, education is limited and GBV
violence is widespread. Our programs are defined by promoting gender equality and empowering girls
and women.
How to Support
Walk with Her is a fundraising initiative for PGI girls program that are specifically designed to support
50 girls to have access to quality education in secondary, tertiary and University. The project will The
fully supporting in catering for all expense need for time in schooling. PGI will facilitate the walk while
the community will fundraise for the initiative. The Walk with Her fund will be managed by
representatives of the community, the ministry of education and PGI. This is a strategy to ensure that
communities participate in giving back to the less fortunes.
SIGN UP: Register as an individual or team captain- Registration to be through our website

FUNDRAISE: Contact our social media network by posting in your Facebook, twitter, Instagram to
donate to your fundraiser. Every SHILLING makes a difference to our girls.
PGI Walk with Her will engage some of the county’s and country’s companies and business institution
as sponsors and partners in our quest to support and empower girl’s education. The financial support
and participation of these companies and their employees are helping to create a world in which girls
from Garissa, Wajir and Tana River counties live with dignified life.

Women themselves have the right to live in dignity, in freedom from want and freedom from fear.

Kofi Anan