A safe, just and prosperous community in Kenya
Advocate, promote and facilitate social justice and sustainable development among the Endorois and other
minority and/or marginalized communities.
EWC is founded on and consequently guided by the following values: -
a) Integrity and Accountability: EWC aspires to be honest in all its dealings and be accountable for any
resource and contribution from its stakeholders. Further, EWC will always ensure that any resource
is used for the intended purpose (s).
b) Justice and Equity: EWC is committed to justice and respect of gender parity.
c) Fair Representation: EWC is to ensure that all the categories of the Endorois People are represented
in any forum or activity it undertakes
d) Respect for Human Rights: EWC is committed to the respect of basic human rights of each individual
within it and the people it represents with all its diversity.
3. MANDATE AND SCOPE OF EWC WORK.
EWC draws its mandate from its stakeholders as a registered community-based organization in Kenya. EWC
a) Advocacy for a safe and just Endorois community.
b) Promotion and facilitation of sustainable development in the Endorois community.
c) Building the capacity of the Endorois community.
d) Networking and building alliances with other marginalized as well as Indigenous Peoples Local
Communities (IPLCs) or minorities to facilitate desirable change towards social justice.
e) Advocating for the indigenous women land and natural resource rights.
EWC engages in litigation in support of community issues but must not engage in any activity that
contravenes the Constitution, any state law, is contrary to its organizational values, or directly affects the
management of the community resources adversely.
© Endorois Welfare Council 2023