Kakuzi PLC unveils champions to steer its Sexual Harassment Awareness Reporting and Prevention (SHARP) program.
Kakuzi PLC unveils champions to steer its Sexual Harassment Awareness Reporting and Prevention (SHARP) program. [Photo/ Courtesy]

Kakuzi PLC has unveiled champions among its employees to spearhead its S****l Harassment Awareness Reporting and Prevention (SHARP) program.

The company’s week-long awareness campaign provides an opportunity to create awareness, and encourage reporting through v****m-centered approaches in relation to incidences of s****l harassment.

Through this campaign, employees were sensitized on their roles and responsibilities towards ensuring the enjoyment of Human rights by all as a prerequisite to a safe, healthy and conducive working environment for all.

During the SHARP week, the induction and training of SHARP champions served to ensure that all employees across the operations have direct access points to information and training related to the SHARP Program.

Several employees made personal and voluntary signed commitments to contribute to the prevention and encourage the reporting of cases. Innovatively, wrist bands with information on confidential reporting channels were disseminated alongside posters on notice boards across all divisions of the farm.

The SHARP program is founded on the safeguarding of v*****s by providing confidential reporting lines that are managed outside of the operations. The program comes with guarantees of confidentiality, non-retaliation and sensitivity to v*****s through the provision of a full-time counselor that supports the handling of cases.

“We look forward to working with our SHARP champions to sensitize all employees on prevention of s****l harassment now and in the future. Through this program, we guarantee that the safeguards provided will be fully implemented at all times. It is going to take all of us to be deliberate and proactive towards the success of this program,” said Stella Wangechi, the Human Rights Manager – Kakuzi.

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