Tag: Kenya Constitution

Victory in Kenya: Court of Appeal Affirms Right to Respectful Maternal Health Care

Court issues sweeping decision in Center’s case of pregnant woman physically and verbally abused by hospital staff and left to deliver on a concrete floor.

Pregnant Woman Forced to Deliver on Hospital Floor Wins Appeal in Landmark Case

Affirming the Right to Respectful Maternal Health Care in Kenya 

Center Continues Work to Enforce the Constitutional Right to Abortion in Kenya 

Hearing being today in case concerning the unjust prosecution of a health care provider and the mother of an adolescent girl treated for serious pregnancy complications.

Center and Partners Strategize to Ensure Access to Abortion Care in Kenya

Despite court victories and constitutional protections guaranteeing access to abortion and reproductive health care, many Kenyans continue to face barriers.

Give sex abuse victims access to abortion, other services

Read an op-ed in Nation by the Center's Prudence Mutiso, Martin Onyango, and Timothy Thondu.

Here’s how to stop deaths of pregnant girls, women

Read an op-ed in The Star by the Center's Betty Odallo.

Aligning the Penal Code to the Constitution: The Malindi High Court Decision on the Question of Abortion in Kenya (Factsheet)

The case of PAK and Salim Mohammed v. Attorney General and Three Others, Malindi High Court

Wrongfully Arrested for Seeking Abortion Care, Kenyan Woman and Nurse Exonerated with Help from the Center and its Partner

Despite constitutional protections for reproductive health care, law enforcement officers often harass, arrest, and prosecute patients and providers.

In Op-ed, the Center’s Evelyne Opondo Calls on Kenya to Stop the Harassment of Women and Girls Seeking Abortion Care

The Kenyan government must align its penal code with the 2010 Constitution, says the Center’s Evelyne Opondo

Opinion: Stop harassment of women, girls seeking abortion care

Evelyne Opondo, Senior Regional Director for Africa at the Center for Reproductive Rights, wrote an op-ed in the Daily Nation on the need for the Kenyan government to align the penal code with the Kenyan Constitution, which “gave a framework for reproductive health, including abortion care as a fundamental human right.” In the op-ed, Opondo […]