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A caregiver’s effort to give rescued girls decent future

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Elizabeth Mokkonen, the founder and CEO of Cofas Kenya, at her rescue centre in Kisumu showing care to the community a caregiver’s effort to give rescued girls decent future

St. Marys Kibuye Period Matters Documentary

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Menstruation is an integral and normal part of human life, indeed of human existence, and menstrual hygiene is fundamental to the dignity and well being of women and girls and an important part of basic hygiene,

TAT International Cup 2021 , Afro Foot Team vs Team Kenya

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My people we bring thanksgiving to the highest God and to you all who supported Elizabeth’s Kitchen on behalf of Community Forum For Advanced and Sustainable Development – COFAS

Defilement: Cases of minors being defiled by people known to them

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Menstruation is an integral and normal part of human life, indeed of human existence, and menstrual hygiene is fundamental to the dignity and well being of women and girls and an important part of basic hygiene,

Rape of minors in Kisumu sparks cry for safe houses

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A recently report released indicated the number of sexual and gender-based violence cases are surging during the pandemic.

Two men defile their daughters in Kisumu

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Menstruation is an integral and normal part of human life, indeed of human existence, and menstrual hygiene is fundamental to the dignity and well being of women and girls and an important part of basic hygiene,

Kenyan opposition supporters in the neighborhood of Kondele

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Kenyan opposition supporters faced off with anti-riot police

The Volunteer Nurses Who Stepped Up to Heal Victims of Kenya’s Police

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Volunteer nurses from around the country provided trauma first aid to victims of police brutality in Kisumu.

Working With the Wounded Victims to Save Lives

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The volunteer nurses working at Jaramogi Oginga Odinga Referral Hospital in Kisumu carried a young man into the casualty ward. He was wearing only jeans and had an open wound near his ear.