Kwitu Haven

You will never walk alone

Kwitu Safe Haven

Kwitu Safe Haven is a community-based project that was established by KWITU INC (Kenyan Women In the United State). The objective of this project is to provide free confidential support and services to Kenyan Women who are victims of domestic violence here in the United States of America.

Kwitu Safe Haven will also focus on providing education to Kenyan women regarding domestic violence with the aim of preventing and breaking the cycle of domestic violence. It is expected that through these services and education, that it will be possible to have a direct and positive effect to the well-being of the Kenyan Women of the community. KWITU Safe Haven helps its members who reach out in need of help as they are running away from their abusers.

The purpose of the KWITU Haven project is to provide victims of domestic violence (Sisters), with a way out of an abusive relationship, be it verbal, emotional or physical.

This is a KWITU Inc project but is extended to our KWITU sisters across the board.


Kwitu Haven Goals

Membership shall be open to all who are one or more of the following:

  • Develop a plan or a way out when we are contacted with SOS situation.

  • Build a nationwide network of people who will respond when a sister calls indistress.

  • Work with local government agencies and other nonprofit agencies to provide shelter and any help be it legal or financial to the victims.

  • Be a support system for the victims until they can stand on their own two feet.

  • Acquire safe houses in different states to where we will provide immediate shelters for our sisters.

  • Develop a network of professional counselor nationwide who will be available to our sisters anytime they are in a situation where they need to talk to someone.

  • Work with a legal team/law enforcement to make sure there is no retaliation to our sisters who leave abusive relationships.

KWITU Haven Leadership Team:

  • Project Director – Joan Masinde.

  • Assistant Director-Karen Muigai.

Are you a victim of domestic violence? Fill out the form below and we will get in touch with you.