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TRAINING ON CAPACITY BUILDING

May 8, 2013
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TRAINING ON CAPACITY BUILDING

The workshop begun by a word of prayer in both Muslim and Christian, later county Director for Global Peace Foundation (GPF) Mr. Daniel Juma officially launched and declared the workshop open. He later gave a brief introduction and overview of the objectives, mission and vision of GPF. Other stakeholders in attendance were WV(World Vision),KWMA(Kariobangi...

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DEMOCRACY DEFILATION

April 4, 2013
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DEMOCRACY DEFILATION

After a disappointing ruling by the Supreme Court to the majoritarian, this triggered peace where tension and chaos were witnessed in most parts of the country especially Nairobi the capital city mostly the hotspots like Mathare, Kibra,Ruaraka, Embakasi North and Kasarani constituencies. As soon as the chief Justice announced that the presidential petition was...

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SLUM CHILDREN MAKING MONEY FROM WASTE

March 30, 2013
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SLUM CHILDREN MAKING MONEY FROM WASTE

Due to difficult living standards within the slums many associates themselves with different activities in order to meet their daily necessities . In Mathare its even worse , which has lead to child exploitation , as you can see school dropouts walking around garbage disposal areas , in search of recyclable waste which they...

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voters mood

March 7, 2013
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voters mood

After a peaceful general election, conducted by IEBC, the voters are calm and eagerly waiting for the presidential result, and official declaration of their preferred candidates for the seats of governor, senator, member of parliament and county reps respectively. With counting still in progress, the mood from either sides on ground is neutral and...

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Election day

March 4, 2013
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Election day

March 4th was welcomed with vuvuzela ,with supporters of either side were sing as atool to inform there fellows . The response was marvelous as compared with the previous general elections, which indicate that Kenyans were really out for a change. The multitude was witnessed by large stretch of queues all over the poling...

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Infrastructure boost within Mathare

March 1, 2013
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Infrastructure remains one of the key drivers of growth in the Kenyan economy. Over the past years Mathare has been neglected even though it accounts for certain % of the country’s national GDP through its juakali, SMEs, transport, housing & meat industries. The industries have registered a steady growth, and specifically the meat industry...

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Voter education vital before elections

February 6, 2013
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As we approach March 2013 general elections I urge the government and other stakeholders to forge a voter education because policing alone cannot be the proper solution to the threats to violence before, during and after the elections. Indeed placing the burden of peaceful election entirely on our police service and the provincial administration...

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PARTY NOMINATIONS

February 6, 2013
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Party nominations of county representatives, MPs, senators and Governors were conducted simultaneously on 17th and 18th January respectively with supporters of each party choosing their very best candidates. Though there were chaos, the police force and the provincial administration ensured security was updated within the polling stations. Although the ODM and TNA dominated the...

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