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Transformative Masculinity

The engagement and participation of youth is essential to the achievement of sustainable human development. Yet often the opportunities for youth to engage politically, economically and socially are low or ...

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Sex Education in Africa

In what would be called a sex obsessed generation, talking about sex is still one of the hardest things to do. Young people don’t find it easy to do it ...

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#HappyBirthdayFatumasVoice

#HappyBirthdayFatumasVoice Two calendars have passed since a voice first spoke on behalf of Fatuma. More than 80 sessions later, poets, musicians, businessmen, journalists, doctors, and an amazing audience have been ...

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#PapaTaughtMe: Fatherhood and Mentorship

Do you sometimes feel that fathers are not celebrated as much as they ought to? If yes, why do you think this is the case? Could it be because we ...

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#MaternalHealth in Pictures at #FatumasVoice

So, after #FatumasVoice went National last week by launching in Nakuru County, Artists from other African countries have started expressing interest in who Fatuma really is and how they can ...

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#FatumasVoice presents a Discussion on Friendship

There are many things we are taught while growing up; like tying our shoe laces, table manners, dressing up and writing. But seldom are we taught how to make and ...

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Maternal Health in Kenya #FatumasVoice

According to the World Health Organization, Maternal health refers to the health of women during pregnancy, childbirth and the postpartum period. While motherhood is often a positive and fulfilling experience, ...

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The Report: #UnwantedPregnancy at Fatuma’s Voice

Sahro Ahmed Kashin stood firm on stage to present her poem ‘I Am A Somali Woman’ whose vivid imagery reflected the conversation of the evening. Her words were too alive, ...

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#FatumasVoice: Celebrating Poetry In Kenya… #PoetryInKenya

In pre-colonial Kenya, it is rarely known that freedom fighter, Dedan Kimathi, would write poems. Later after the British had left, the government in place through the 70s to 90s ...

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#UnwantedPregnancy…

In traditional African societies, if a lady got pregnant before getting married, the man who impregnated her would by custom take her as a wife. In some places, she’d be ...

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