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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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If Kenya Burns We All Stand To Lose

If Kenya Burns We All Stand To Lose

If Kenya Burns We All Stand To Lose A thought crossed my mind: If Kenya burns, which neighboring country is stable enough to support the displaced people? If Kenya burns, ...

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Ending Strong 2016 #FatumasVoice #EndingStrong2016

Ending Strong 2016

The end is not always about superficial achievements. Sometimes, it is about the intangible quality of life that can only be seen and touched by your soul. It is that ...

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Curing Cancer This Saturday at Fatuma's Voice! #WeWillWin

Curing Cancer This Saturday at Fatuma’s Voice! #WeWillWin

Cancer is the third leading cause of mortality in Kenya, accounting for 7% of annual deaths. We are about 48 Million Kenyans today. That means 3.3 Million of us are ...

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Stereotyping Women

Donald J. Trump becomes America’s President elect set to be sworn in on January 20th, 2017, as Hillary Clinton just misses the mark to be first woman president of the ...

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Pregnancy & Infant Loss With Wanjiru Kihusa at Fatuma’s Voice | Still A Mum #PAL2016KE

How did you manage the pain of infant loss? October 15 is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day Still-A-Mum will have a tree planting exercise in Karura Forest for people ...

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Story of a Warrior: Sickle Cell Anemia with Lea Kilenga

Story of a Warrior: Sickle Cell Anemia with Lea Kilenga

What is it that ties you to your family that makes you belong? It may be hereditary or physical. It’s supposed to make you happy. But what if the hereditary ...

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#MisimuZangu: My Seasons with Gufy Dox Poet

Misimu Zangu: My Seasons with Gufy Dox Poet

Kenyan poet, Oscar Ogero Onyango aka Gufy Dox, glinted social media space on the launch of his third spokenword album dubbed “Misimu Zangu” which translates to “My Seasons”. The spirited ...

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Rape Culture In Mombasa at Fatuma's Voice Little Theatre Club

Rape Culture In Mombasa

Also see Rape Culture In Kenya For a long time, there are topics and issues we wouldn’t be able to speak of in a room, let alone to each other. ...

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