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10 Times UhuRuto Advocated For The Rights Of The Disabled in Kenya

When The president and the first lady visited a special school in Thika and spoke of curriculum reforms he was considering for students with disabilities When The president enjoyed and appreciated a performance by a special students school.The performance touched on the land question in Kenya. When the President sponsored a young man to pursue… Read More 10 Times UhuRuto Advocated For The Rights Of The Disabled in Kenya

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Kenya’s Deputy President Strongly Condemns Killings of Persons With Albinism

His Excellency William Ruto Witnessed great talent during the first ever Mr and Miss Albinism Kenya Beauty Beyond Skin pageant, Nairobi County.In his facebook page he wrote,”We have a clear programme for people with disability including those with albinism because we want to make it easy for them to participate in nation building. The government… Read More Kenya’s Deputy President Strongly Condemns Killings of Persons With Albinism

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A New Dawn For Women In Mathira,Nyeri County

Women Rights activist Wanjiku Catherine Irungu who is vying for the position of MP in Mathira Constituency Despite undeniable gains in terms of legal and institutional progress towards more women in decision-making in Kenya,pervasive structural factors still hinder or limit the full exercise of women’s political rights.This is mostly pronounced in the rural areas. This is reflected… Read More A New Dawn For Women In Mathira,Nyeri County

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When You Are Elderly or Disabled in a Humanitarian Crisis

Gordon Rattray From CBM International launches the Charter on Inclusion of persons with disabilities in humanitarian action and appends his signature One Commonality between the elderly and those with a disability is vulnerability and especially in Situations where there is a humanitarian crisis.According to the 2011 World Report on Disability by the World Health Organisation/World Bank,… Read More When You Are Elderly or Disabled in a Humanitarian Crisis

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A Sick Passenger In a Delta Airline Would Rather Die Onboard Than Get Treated By a Black Female Doctor

Racism and Sexism are far from over in America and around the world if a post by Tamika Cross is anything to go by.The Post has been liked by close to 50,000 people and shared by slightly over 18,000 people.Read it below: Tamika Cross “I’m sure many of my fellow young, corporate America working women… Read More A Sick Passenger In a Delta Airline Would Rather Die Onboard Than Get Treated By a Black Female Doctor