Kenya girls on web cam chat
And during the project's months of workshops, discussions, and community conversations, tribal elders, who are recognized in the new constitution as part of the justice system, slowly began to realize that their community might be better off if they worked to enforce women's rights - particularly rights to access and manage family resources like land.
They recognized that men had often made their families and communities poorer by selling or leasing land that their family needed to survive, without their spouses knowledge or consent.
Some donators to the campaign have even offered to sponsor some of the young women in order to continue their therapy.
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The home where the children stay, however, fills up quickly.