• Speaking on Thursday, KWCWC CEO Elizabeth Meassick said the campus is a three-phased facility with a complete phase one.
• "The facility has a safe house for GBV survivors, GBV recovery centre, an auditorium for conferences, a training centre, data centre and a blood bank," she said.
Radio Africa Group has partnered with the Kenya Women and Children Wellness Centre organisation for a 16-day activism on gender based violence.
The sensitisation drive on GBV will begin on Friday, November 25.
"In the next 16 days, I hope we will create enough conversations about the things we need to take seriously because we are traumatised and hurting nation,"KWCWC CEO Elizabeth Meassick said.
Radio Africa chief marketing officer Caroline Mutoko said RAG will be part of the 16-day activism initiative through awareness programmes to its audiences on the dangers of GBV.
"Radio Africa will commit a number of days and shows to talk about violence that is mated against men," she said.
She added that GBV fight is not only about women but also men because they suffer silently.
Speaking on Thursday, Meassick said KWCWC has built a safe house facility around the Northern Bypass to help GBV survivors.
He said the organisation which was registered in 2010 to create awareness on GBV in Kenya intends to use the three-phased facility as a safe haven for GBV survivors.
"The facility has a safe house for GBV survivors, GBV recovery centre, an auditorium for conferences, a training centre, data centre and a blood bank," she said.
Meassick appealed for help from well wishers to furnish the completed phase one to enable the facility to start offering services to GBV survivors.
"As we start the 16 days marking activism against GBV, we need to take notice, for some reason we have normalised violence on children, women and worse still, we don't even talk about violence on men," she said.