- This year's theme is DigitALL: Innovation and technology for gender equality.
- It seeks to highlight the role of innovative technology in promoting gender equality and meeting the health and developmental needs of women and girls.
ODM leader Raila Odinga has joined Kenyans in celebrating Women's day.
Through his Twitter account, Raila urged Kenyans to work towards a world where all women have equal opportunities.
"Today, we join the rest of the world in celebrating the achievements of women. From politics to business, science to the arts, women continue to break barriers and pave the way for future generations," he said.
This year's theme is DigitALL: Innovation and technology for gender equality.
It seeks to highlight the role of innovative technology in promoting gender equality and meeting the health and developmental needs of women and girls.
President William Ruto, in his message, said he is proud of his administration's progress in ensuring women's inclusion in leadership.
He said the strides would ensure the two-thirds gender rule is achieved.
President Ruto reiterated his administration's commitment to fulfilling the inclusion promise because it is critical for the country's development.
"This is the reason why I have engaged parliamentary leadership in the spirit of bipartisan patriotic collective action to explore a viable constitutional path to promote equality and inclusion in political representation," he said.
He said he is also committed to eliminating all barriers that have hindered progress towards achieving gender parity.
Ruto said he is counting on the support of Kenyan women to realise gender equity.
"We also commit to removing systemic barriers and staying the course towards equity for all in Kenya confident that the full participation of women can help us realise the missing half of our country's national product. Happy Women’s Day."