In this issue

Over 330 petition case litter courts as costs keep women off

Martha Karua and her lawyer Gitobu Imanyara outside Kerugoya law courts. Karua is challenging the election of Anne Waiguru as Kirinyaga governor. Photo: courtesy

Female factor in elections a sign of positive improvements

A woman has her left index finger marked with indelible ink by an IEBC officer, to show that she has voted. Photo by Joyce Chimbi

2017 General Elections was a litmus test on the Kenya National Action Plan

Solomon Muyundo, an artist in Kibera uses his artwork to promote peace in Kibera slums. Media reports indicate the worst hit areas were Kibera and Mathare slums in Nairobi where teargas and gun shots rented the air. Photo: Thomas Bwire

Finding an equal place for women in the elections remains an obligation of the 12th Parliament

Judie Kaberia, coordinator of Wayamo Foundation East Africa when she released a report on Media Coverage of Women in Politics. Photo: Nancy Njoroge

How Ngilu, Waiguru and Laboso proved ‘politics isn’t a man’s game’

Governors Ann Waiguru (Kirinyaga County) and Joyce Laboso (Bomet County) share a light moment in a past event. Photo: Courtesy

Drop in number of women deputy governors    

Kericho County Deputy Governor Susan Kikwai. She is among seven women serving as deputy governors in the 47 counties. Photo: Courtesy

Leaders in Narok County challenged to prioritise reproductive health matters

USAID meeting in Narok County to discuss reproductive health and challenges faced by girls and women in the County

Nakuru taxpayer to pay more to meet gender threshold

Nakuru taxpayer to pay more to meet gender threshold

Legislator reclaims seat amidst adversity

Grace Kipchoim, reclaims seat as an MP of Baringo South:  Photo: Ben Ali