Health by All Means documents the transformation of a community with, for, and by women who experience gender-based structural violence. It can be experienced as a story, a philosophy lesson, a walk with a treasured friend, and, at times, a song, and much dancing. The program was initiated in the context of a university partnership by a faculty member and students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison —including the Department of Gender and Women’s Studies, the Global Health Institute and the 4W Women and Wellbeing Initiative. The Nikumbuke Health by All Means story is told in two parts. In Part I Araceli Alonso tells the story of women, often in their own words, from seven villages of the Kwale County, the most southeastern county in the Coast Province of Kenya that borders with Tanzania. In Part II, feminist scholar Teresa Langle de Paz, accompanies Ara on her journey with the lens of a philosopher and theoretician.