In this issue

NTSA launches campaign to stop SGBV in public transport

NTSA Deputy Director and Head of Enforcement Hared Adan (front) and Equality Now Africa Director Faiza Mohamed during the campaign launch to end sexual and gender based violence in public transport vehicles. Photo Ben Ali

Concern over rising FGM cases in Nakuru County

An elderly Masai man blesses girls by sprinkling milk on them during the graduation of Alternative rite of passage in a past event. Photo: Courtesy

Nakuru bloggers, journalists unite to fight GBV

Nakuru bloggers and journalists team up to support the war on violence against women and girl in a forum organised by the Centre for ehnacing  democracy and good governance (CEDGG). Photo: Jackson Okata

Women leaders condemn election violence and calls for unity in the country

A woman pleads with irate youth to stop engaging police in running battle in the just concluded General Elections. Photo: Henry Owino

Widows and Orphans to Benefit from Land Reforms – Prof Kaimenyi

CS Lands Jacob Kaimenyi opening  regional conference on mapping of resources for development. Photo: Dorah Nesoba

Farming turns a woman into a village icon

Helidah Anyango holds healthy Fenesi  fruit in her farm in Ruambwa sub location, Busia County. Scores of upcoming farmers have been thronging her homestead to learn more about modern farming techniques.  Photo: Gilbert Ochieng

Kilifi woman moots plan to raise cancer awareness

Florence Kitsao who lost her mother to cancer and later on lost her job after taking too much time attending to the deceased speaks to the media in Kilifi recently. She twice tried to commit suicide after life took a nose dive for the worst. Photos: Benson Karisa

Women and children to be roped in Anti-Graft War -Transparency International

Photo: Odhiambo Orlale