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Polycom Girls Announces New Leadership and Strategic Plan

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Polycom Girls, an organization that supports women and girls in Kibra, has announced new leadership. Jane Onyango, the founder and director, passed her leadership role to Ann Agar. Jane, who has led the organization for 20 years since it started in 2003, expressed her pride in the connections she has made in the community.

Even though she’s stepping down, Jane will continue to advise the board and share her valuable experience. This was announced when the organization launched¬† its strategic plan for the next five years, guiding its activities.

Ann, the new managing director, vowed to continue promoting conversations between different generations and inclusive leadership. With her knowledge and passion, Agar envisions a future where Polycom Girls empowers women and protects girls’ rights.

The launch was graced by leaders, including Dr. Linah Chebii, a supporter of women’s empowerment. Dr. Chebii stressed the importance of having more programs to empower girls.

Other notable attendees were Dr. Zipporah Kittony, a former politician who fights for women’s and children’s rights, as well as Jael Mbogo, Dr. Christine Sadia, Bona Odhiambo, and Fatma Anyanzwa, who have all made significant contributions to feminism.

 

Mwilwatsi John
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