Edith Murogo

Ms Edith Murogo, the director of Talia Agler Girls Shelter, during the interview with the Nation at the centre’s Lower Kabete offices in Kiambu County on November 26, 2020.

| Kanyiri Wahito | Nation Media Group

I have seen it all, says rescue centre owner over horrifying cases she handles

What you need to know:

  • Ms Murogo started her safe house in 2012 as a response to girls and women in distress.
  • For a decade, she struggled to secure funding to set up the safe house.

Ms Edith Murogo can speak without a break. At the mention of violence against women and girls, Ms Murogo quickly takes over the conversation. Her pace increases when she talks about experiences of victims who are trafficked in-and-cross country.

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