Fahe Kerubo

Based in Kenya, Fahe Kerubo is a passionate advocate for the rights of LGBITQ+ and young women and girls, focusing on Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights. With extensive experience in this field, they have actively raised awareness and provided crucial psychosocial support to over 50 Lesbians, Bisexuals, and Queer women living with and affected by HIV. Currently volunteering as an LBQ program Officer at Positive Young Women Voices in Dandora, a youth-led community-based organization, Fahe empowers and advocates for LBQ Womxn, girls, and young women of diverse backgrounds. Through mentorship, disseminating information on SRH and HIV, facilitating linkages and referrals, and promoting socio-economic growth, they work tirelessly to improve the lives of these individuals. Fahe’s dedication has led them to become a member of the She Decides national planning committee, where they played a vital role in the Kenyan movement. They are also a youth champion for the Global Fund Africa Network (GFAN), utilizing social media platforms to advocate for equitable health services and ensure no one is left behind. Additionally, Fahe has actively participated in various activities such as presenting at regional consultations, conducting social media campaigns, organizing training for LBQ womxn’s socioeconomic empowerment, and contributing to strategy workshops focusing on media and information dissemination. With a Criminology and Security Studies degree, Fahe brings diverse skills and knowledge to advocacy work.