One cannot afford to sit and complain of their situation after they listen to the stories of Mwiyukirie women’s group and their treacherous journey that brings hope to the hopeless. Mwiyukirie is a Kikuyu word that means – help yourself to stand on your own – That despite living in the informal settlement areas and […]

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Even as Professor in Christian Education, Dr. Brad Wigger finds time to teach Sunday school at his hometown at the Louisville Theological Seminary in Kentucky. During a recent visit to Kenya, the Professor shocked many when he stated that he finds time to teach Sunday school and the title of a professor does not in […]

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Ethnicity is one of the tribulations still facing the country even as we are set to celebrate 49 years of self governance. During the ongoing Trainers of Trainers (TOT’s) programme by OAIC’S Just Communities, the enablers as the TOT’s are often referred to, were able to mobilise, engage and do a lot of advocacy in […]

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“When the police are called upon to sort out issues that require their immediate attention, they drag and take their sweet time , sometimes they demand for money to purchase fuel or even ask to be sent for a taxi,’’ lamented one resident at Ngando location in Dagoretti constituency. “They are however, very quick to […]

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Sixty percent of the women in Korogocho slums still give birth at home, only close to 30 % of the women in Kenya have attained secondary school education, close to half a million children in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania, under the ages  of five will succumb before they are five. The statistics keep staring at […]

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In the wake of the new constitutional dispensation, a lot still needs to be well thought through in order for the gains in the constitution and more-so the devolution process to be appreciated by all and sundry. The letter and spirit of the constitution should be adhered to during the implementation process. The debate on the allocation of the […]

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