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What Kenya needs to learn from Rwanda's Silence - Kweyu Makokha Singapore

What Kenya needs to learn from Rwanda and Singapore’s Silence

What Kenya needs to learn from Rwanda’s Silence Rwanda is beautiful and the views! But the silence in this country reminds me of the silence I encountered in Singapore (peaceful ...

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Robert Mũnũku - My Letter to the President

Robert Mũnũku: My Letter to the President

Robert Mũnũku: My Letter to the President Dear Mr. President, My name is Robert Mũnũku, an ordinary Kenyan who humbly writes this letter in candor hoping that you will read ...

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Environmental Conservation: How can we increase Youth Engagement?

Environmental Conservation: How can we increase Youth Engagement?

Conservation of Wildlife and the Environment: How can we increase Youth Engagement? Environmental conservation or degradation is the cumulation of daily choices made by individuals. Despite the reality staring right at ...

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Women and Youth in Africa: Migritude by Shailja Patel

Women and Youth in Africa: Is your Silence and Self Censorship Increasing?

Women and Youth in Africa: Is your Silence and Self Censorship Increasing? According to survey findings by Afrobarometer, civic engagement by African youth is decreasing, especially among young women. Interest ...

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Abortion: Can Survivors, Lawyers, Medics & Community Speak one Voice?

Abortion: Can Survivors, Lawyers, Medics & Community Speak one Voice?

Abortion: Can Survivors, Lawyers, Medics & Community Speak one Voice? We had a candid conversation with the community on the impact of Unsafe Abortions in conjunction with the Center for ...

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Religious Pluralism: Using colour to Unite Community Members from Different Faiths

Religious Pluralism: Using colour to Unite Community Members from Different Faiths

Religious Pluralism: Using colour to Unite Community Members from Different Faiths Less than 2 years back, Colour in Faith and Fatuma’s Voice started a much-needed conversation about radicalization, politics, and religion. ...

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What Kenyans say about Raila 'swearing in' Read more at: https://www.standardmedia.co.ke/article/2001267825/what-kenyans-say-about-raila-swearing-in

Raila’s Swearing In: Budding Civilian Coup or Experimental Secession?

Raila’s Swearing In: Budding Civilian Coup or Experimental Secession? What you need to understand first is that this is a budding coup d’état, and its blossoming stage is a civilian ...

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Teller254 Pingu Za Maisha - Shackles of Life Isaac Ng'ang'a

Pingu Za Maisha – Shackles of Life by Teller254 aka Isaac Ng’ang’a

Pingu Za Maisha – Shackles of Life: Teller254 I am lost in a pool of passion; Completely immersed in an ocean filled with names of beautiful ladies, but, only one ...

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#Blog4Dev: Kenyans, Rwandans, and Ugandans, What Will It Take to End Gender-Based Violence in Your Country?

Gender-Based Violence: What will it take to end it in East Africa?

#Blog4Dev: Kenyans, Rwandans, and Ugandans, What Will It Take to End Gender-Based Violence in Your Country? Are you a Kenyan, Rwandese or Ugandan aged 18-28 years and currently residing in ...

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To You, Mr. President- What is the Taste of Oppression - MAlelah Poet

Dear Mr. President: What is the Taste of Oppression?

Mr President: What is the Taste of Oppression… Dear Mr. President: What is the Taste of Oppression? Mr. President Sir, I’m hoping you’re fine especially now that Tuesday is almost ...

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