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Oct 31st
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Africa adopts new plan to set in motion sustainable transport transition

President Uhuru Kenyatta and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon witnessed Thursday the adoption of a new historic framework that will set in motion Africa’s sustainable transport transition, benefiting health, the environment and overall sustainable development acr

Women urged to report GBV cases

Kenyan women have been urged to report cases of technological based gender violence to police officers in order to bring

MPs Propose Law to Regulate Speed within School Areas

Motorist would be fined a maximum of Ksh 25,000 if they exceed thirty kilometers per hour on any roads within the bounda

UN bosses to visit Kenya for regional peace talks

World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim arrives in Nairobi on October 28, 2014 for a high level visit to Kenya to streng

Sacrificing for the road safety of school children

In January 2003 President Mwai Kibaki re-introduced free primary education which previously existed before the mid 80s a

Young Umoja men embrace "feminine" jobs

For a long time, dealing with beauty related products has largely been seen as a “task for women”, but this no longe

Dedicating Her Life To Serving The Community

Assertive, passionate, loving and vocal are the adjectives that can best be used to describe Centre for Rights Education

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