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To start off the New Year and to honor the incredible strength and deafening roar of millions of women over the last year who have claimed their rights to their voices and their futures with such monumental movements as the Women’s March and the #MeToo movement, I will write a series of articles showcasing the brilliant women throughout history whose inspired actions helped change the world. 505 more words
Persistent dry conditions in northern Kenya are increasingly creating conditions that render the livestock-dependent livelihoods untenable over the long haul.
Whereas this is a well-documented fact, there is an insidious, less obvious, yet as important aspect of people’s lives here, which continue to be affected by adverse climatic changes. 425 more words
Join the British Council in Nairobi for BBC World Questions to discuss the future of Kenya.
What is the future for Kenya? British Council in Kenya has the opportunity of hosting World Questions as part of our partnership with the BBC World Service at the University of Nairobi, Manu Chandaria Auditorium on 7 November 2017 from 1800-2100 hours. 45 more words
Dates: October 5-9, 2017
Venues: Kisii University, Mara Game Reserve, & University of Nairobi
For more information, visit the official festival website.