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Flowers Blooming Amidst Stormy Days

"I don’t want to go back to the days when my rights were being trampled upon. My right to speak was curtailed and even my laughter was restricted. … Read More»

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Life is Strange: "Shoes we wear are sold in Air conditioned rooms, Vegetables we eat are sold on dirty footpaths, and a pizza reaches faster than Ambulance" … Read More»

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MULTIPLE HURDLES: Is there Hope for the Kenyan Woman? (VOF Month 4)

“…Heavy smoke is rising from the ground and a horrible stench fills the air. More people are streaming up the hill, some of them with firewood and maize stalks. … Read More»

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Saving Teenage Girls: No Easy Task

You can only beat a dog so many times before it bites you or dies, or you can only beat a girl so many times before she commits suicide. … Read More»

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Cruelty in the name of culture

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Month Four Final Assignment: Children of the Sun

Grace Edube Nabukeera is an administrative assistant with New Vision newspaper during the hours of 9-5, but after that she transforms into a n activist for Mtoto Wa Jua (Child of the Sun), an NGO base … Read More»

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VOF MONTH 4 (Wasted Years)

WASTED YEARS Women, be informed!! The infertility in your marriage may not be your fault. … Read More»

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Breaking the silence

.An honor indeed when one is born and raised in a country which has enjoyed its freedom and democracy since its independence. … Read More»

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How do you feel when people ignore and discriminate you because of only you are born in a Dalit family? … Read More»

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Move Beyond The Borders

All eyes were glued to the television on July 23, 2008 when the first-ever appointed President and Vice President took the oath of office and secrecy. … Read More»

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