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Why Sex Education in Kenya is Important for Children

Why Sex Education in Kenya is Important for Children

Sex education in Kenya is an emotive issue in the Kenyan society. Sex education is instruction on issues relating to human sexuality. It includes emotional relations and responsibilities, human sexual anatomy and sexual activity. Sex … Continue ReadingWhy Sex Education in Kenya is Important for Children

Why the Criminalisation of Abortion in Kenya is Anti-Women

Why the Criminalisation of Abortion in Kenya is Anti-Women

The debate around abortion in Kenya is usually emotive and sensitive. It is also divisive among many people. There is an incessant conflict between anti-abortion and pro-choice movements. Research shows that nearly half a million abortions … Continue ReadingWhy the Criminalisation of Abortion in Kenya is Anti-Women

Why we Should Focus on the Plight of Gay People in Kenya

Why We Should Focus on the Plight of Gay People in Kenya

A BBC podcast entitled “Modern Love” says that Kenya has 150,000 Grindr users. Grindr is a social network application where gay and bisexual people interact and hook up. Kenya is among the countries in Africa leading with … Continue ReadingWhy We Should Focus on the Plight of Gay People in Kenya

Why Kenyans Should Address These Three Endemic Challenges

Why Kenyans Should Address These Three Challenges

Kenya is a nation whose people have common and diverse cultures, races, languages, lifestyle habits and other traits. They share a sense of belonging to the sovereign state of Kenya. The concept of peace, love, … Continue ReadingWhy Kenyans Should Address These Three Challenges

The Role of the Civil Society in Kenya

The Role of the Civil Society in Kenya

The Civil Society in Kenya plays an important role in many facets of this country. In most circles, the Civil Society is the “third sector”. The other two circles are the government and business. Generally, … Continue ReadingThe Role of the Civil Society in Kenya

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