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Fresh Riots In Kenya.

Darkness is looming in Kenya again as fresh riots are being experienced in parts of the country.In Kibera,a slum area of Nairobi,there was a picture that pierced our otherwise "healing" wounds.Fire wa … Read More»

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Cabinet Crisis in Kenya.

The Power Sharing deal has gone awry,the two leaders were today blaming each other for the ongoing stalemate. … Read More»

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End Of A Stalemate As Anxiety Rises.

President Kibaki and ODM leader Raila Odinga have come to the end of a power sharing stalemate,and have at last agreed to meet on Saturday 12th … Read More»

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Kenya Lecture Tomarrow!

Apologies for the short notice but this will be an interesting talk: OHSU Global Health Alliance lunch meeting: This Wednesday at noon in BICC 124 there will be a talk and discussion … Read More»

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Kenya Lecture this Wednesday!!!

Apologies for the short notice but this will be an interesting talk: OHSU Global Health Alliance lunch meeting: This Wednesday at noon in BICC 124 there will be a talk and discussion … Read More»

When Elephants Fight, the Grass Below Suffers

Dr. Karambu Ringera discusses her efforts to foster peace dialogues among internally displaced women, as well as her vision for Kenya's future. Read More »

"HIV and AIDS is spreading like wildfire throughout the camps."

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Kenyan Women Come Together to Take Back Their Country

World Pulse has just released a special edition of our e-magazine, dedicated to the women of Kenya and their response to the current crisis. Take a look! … Read More»

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"We Ran For Our Lives," by Leah Okeyo

by Leah Okeyo ( This article was received by World Pulse editors on Wednesday, February 13. ) … Read More»

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Kenyan Women Come Together to Take Back Their Country

Ever since the news broke for us late on the evening of December 28 with the e-mail headline, "RIOTS" from our new Kenyan correspondent, we have been closely, and painfully, following Kenya's plunge into post-election violence.

The news has been almost unimaginable. Although it has become routine for us to hear of rampant attacks and political chaos in the DRC, Sudan and elsewhere; somehow, we didn't see it coming from Kenya, one of the most stable countries in East Africa. We went from eagerly following a largely peaceful electoral process—with more women running for parliament than ever before—to watching a nation crumble before our eyes. Read More »

"If the constitution cannot be made to serve everybody, the world should become one voice for the sake of humanity.""

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Today: Prayer Day for Kenya

I came across this message today, and I thought I would post it here to get the word out: … Read More»

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