Our Mandate

What We Do

To advocate for

the implementation of the UN-Woman Global Safety Framework in Rural Spaces and the International Labour Organisation (ILO) minimum wages as well as the passage of the Tea and Garment Workers Protection Act in the tea and garment industries in the Limuru processing zones.

We advocate for

the elimination of violence against women in the tea and garment industries.

We strengthen the

movement of women in the tea and garment industries to participate in policy and decision making within the unions; and increase awareness and agency to prevent VAW in the industries.

About us

Restore Hope Organization

Restore Hope is a community based organization of women workers in Limuru-Kiambu county-Kenya processing factories who are supporting workers on tea and rubber plantations and in the garment and domestic work sectors to take up leadership in trade unions.

RHC is building the capacities of women workers to address women’s labour rights and advocate for the inclusion of issues such as minimum wage and health and safety in government and company policy regulations and in company management.

RHC- empowers women tea and garment workers from Kenya and provide training on how they can use the CEDAW treaty to submit cases of violations of women workers’ and human rights, file complaints about exploitation in their work environments with the CEDAW committee.

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Our Mission & Vision

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To build a society in which the rights and the dignity of women workers are recognized and safeguarded.


To organize and empower women workers to create an environment, which will help them, win and safeguard their rights, acquire the respect of society and facilitate their participation in development processes.

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Restore Hope Organization

Daraja House, next to Chief’s camp
P.O.Box 6-00217 Limuru, Kenya
Email: info@restorehopeorg.org