In 2012-2013, prior to the General Elections, League received funding from UN Women through the GGP111 Programme. The League implemented a project on ’’Women’s Participation in Governance and Decision-making Processes at National and Local Levels’’ in Murang’a and Laikipia Counties. The League actively lobbied for women’s issues among them, sensitized and created awareness on women’s gains in the Constitution of Kenya, 2010. League conducted civic and voter education for the increase of women’s representation and participation in political leadership during the 2013 General Elections, which successfully saw Hon. Alice Wahome being elected to parliament as the first woman in Kandara Constituency, Murang’a County.
In 2005 the League played a critical role in Civic Education funded by Electoral Commission of Kenya (ECK) and Constitution of Kenya Review Commission (CKRC) to train Civic Educators in 10 districts. In 2010 the League, with support from IPAS (IPAS works around the world to increase women’s ability to exercise their sexual and reproductive rights, especially the right to safe abortion) and Committee of Experts, carried out Civic Education for the Constitution Referendum that was held in August 2010. The League has worked through all the multiparty general elections in Kenya (1992, 1997, 2002, 2007 and 2013) as a significant player in voter education and electoral monitoring.