Immaculate Amoit is the Founder and Director of the Western Twaweza Empowerment Campaign (‘WETEC’), a community-based organization that advocates for gender equality through advocacy of engendered budget, grassroots mobilizing around sexual reproductive health and rights. WETECe focuses on comprehensive sexuality education and training girls to be their own advocates and supporting educational institution to implement the school health policy and comprehensive sexuality education and skills acquisition for enterprise development, especially for teenage mothers. Her passion for women’s economic empowerment and advancing women rights started when she offered training regarding HIV/AIDS during her university days. She has worked within Civil society in Kenya and in humanitarian aid in South Sudan.
Immaculate holds a Bachelor Degree in Education-Arts (English Language and Literature). She is an Empowerment Institute a certified Master Trainer, World Pulse Fellow/Impact Leader /Ambassador and an Akili Dada Fellow 2017 and an Aspire Foundation mentee.
Immaculate is driven by a passion to advocate for young women and girls; she looks forward to creating lifetime opportunities for adolescent girls in her community and beyond.