Who We are
Illaramatak Community Concerns (ICC) was founded in September 2011, with the aim of addressing human rights and development concerns of Maasai pastoralist women and girls.
Il’laramatak Community Concerns (ICC), was founded with the aim of addressing human rights and development concerns of Maasai pastoralist women and girls.
Il’laramatak Main Objectives 2013-2015:
- To enhance the education and leadership of young pastoralist girls, through transformative leadership trainings
- To support pastoralist women to understand and claim their rights accorded to them by the constitution
- To promote women’s participation and representation at all levels of political leadership through civic engagement
ICC believes that the perception of women and girls is the root of their marginalization.
Speech by Ms. Agnes Leina Ntikaampi, Illaramatak Community Concerns, during Roundtable Discussion 2 of the Hearings of the General Assembly with NGOs, civil society organizations, major groups and the private sector in preparation for the United Nations summit for the adoption of the post-2015 development agenda on 26 May 2015. Ms. Agnes Leina Ntikaampi is Kenyan living in Kenya.
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