Wambui Njau
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  • Stella Irungu
  • Betty Akinyi
  • loice majora
  • Remi Badozi
  • Victoria Rose Mcharo
  • Lucy
  • Tolu Omoyele
  • Mabel Opoku

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"The Kenyan Marathon runners have a win instinct like a cheetah! Its a born natural talent passed on from generation to generation."
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AWE Conference Düsseldorf 2016

"Stunning Carol Kay!!"
Aug 27, 2016

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Posted on March 31, 2014 at 18:08 4 Comments

Hi AWE members,


Let us discuss as AWE members the effects of Child Marriage.  There is an urgent need for all Women to contribute in making awareness of CHILD MARRIAGE and stopping this cruel and violation of a child rights, compromising the development of girls and often resulting in the following effects:- 

  • premature pregnancy,
  • social isolation,
  • permanent pychological damage, 
  • Physical damage to a young growing…


Posted on December 30, 2012 at 23:00 2 Comments

Hi ladies,


Seasons greetings to all!


Life never turns out the way we expect in each year, but for now, let us reflect on 2012 which is about to end.

Do you have any news that you would like to share with us for 2012!

  • Did you achieve your resolutions?
  • Any reflections in your life?
  • Good news or achievements in 2012 to share with us?
  • Gratitude to God, a…

African Women and Politics

Posted on December 1, 2010 at 16:00 2 Comments


Did you know that women in Rwanda now top the world rankings of women in national parliaments, with 49 per cent of representation compared to a world average of 15.1 per cent. Rwandan women suffered death, humiliation, persecution and sexual abuse during a 100-day massacre that left more than 800,000 people dead.

As the country undergoes a period of reconstruction, women are taking an active…


Your Thoughts on Kenya's new Constitution

Posted on August 9, 2010 at 22:33 15 Comments

Hi all,

I wish to say how impressed and glad that the Kenyan referrendum was conducted in such a peaceful manner. It shows how much Kenyans have matured in understanding democracy and their rights.

So many came out old and young to vote for the new constitution in Kenya.

Personally I was supporting the YES vote as its about time that we bring in some new changes to our country.

Example of Constitutions that impressed me were:

  • To catch…

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At 9:29 on May 30, 2016, Anita Burress said…

Thank you for the welcome into a group, which appears to be filled with such vibrant women from all walks of life!

I hope to be able to make the Conference and meet all the members attending.  I'm sure I will enjoy meeting and networking with everyone, whilst learning and helping to develop this group.

At 21:47 on May 18, 2016, Betty Akinyi said…

Thanks Wambui

Looking forward to meet the AWE members and get to learn  and contribute into making it a better forum

At 19:41 on February 2, 2016, Prisca Tachida Billgert said…
Hie Wambui
Thank you and I sure Will do My best to attend.
Thank you so much
At 11:17 on July 28, 2015, Lucy said…

Hi Wambui,

I feel so ashamed to be reading the message you wrote me way back in 2013. I have decided to be more active here and thats why I am seeing this. Yes, if you ever come to Basel, feel welcomed. Apparently Luzern ist my best city in this country but yes, there you go Thanks again to you and joy for the marvelous job your are doing. Hope to acth up sometime soon. Cheers.

At 19:57 on April 20, 2014, A.W.E said…

Happy Birthday Wambui

At 9:49 on March 17, 2014, Gladys Mapengo said…

Hi Wambui,

Thank you so much for this request which I accept with pleasure. I am pleased to have been accepted as a member of AWE.  I look forward to working with you and everyone else to bring and share ideas and skills on how we can inspire and promote each other.

Thank you and have a blessed day.

Gladys Mapengo

At 0:36 on July 16, 2013, Remi Badozi said…

Thanks for the warm welcome Wambui. It's great to be here! We really need to jazz this place up....it's too quite!!!!

At 12:45 on July 14, 2013, loice majora said…

thanks and ihope i will get support' 

At 17:40 on April 23, 2013, A.W.E said…

Happy Birthday Wambui Njau
Thank you God for you and keeping you healthy, strong, beautiful and ofcause always there for us. May God keep showering you with blessing on day to day basis. Happy Birthday.

At 21:53 on April 22, 2013, Lucy said…

Hi Wambui,

Thanx a million for your nice warm wwelcome. And yes, you are welcomed in Basel any time. Tell me more about the Hotpott lady and where to search for the Swiss group. Thanx again and hope to catch up with you sometime soon.




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