The National Council of Women of Kenya, drawn from about 19 women's organisations throughout Kenya, of which I am chairman, feels it is its duty to help remove any obstacles to the advancement of women by urging the abolition of traditional norms that discriminate against women, and by trying to change men's negative attitude towards women.
What does NCWK stand for?
NCWK stands for National Council of Women of Kenya
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This position taught Wangari much that would hold her in good stead when forming the Green Belt Movement, taking a part in the National Council of Women of Kenya, and later when staring down the brutal government of Daniel arap Moi.
Years later, when Maathai served on the National Council of Women of Kenya, she began linking her early appreciation of natural systems with the politics of how they are managed.
After a grueling campaign in 2003, Isabella Karanja, a 2001 participant in "Woman Power Politics," was elected chair of the National Council of Women of Kenya.