Gender Equity Issues in Kenya


It is a big shame that in Kenyan history, women have been dominated a consistent rights abuses as they shoulder an overwhelming lot of responsibilities. Most women in Kenya do enormous agricultural work and produce and significantly add to the overall agricultural output of the nation.
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5 Unresolved Personal Finance Issues You Shouldn’t Allow Into 2017


Sound personal finance is all about habits. The no impulse habit, earn extra habit, no procrastination habit, and to crown it all, the discipline habit. While some people have successfully managed to stick to their ‘save more’ and ‘settle debts’ resolutions, some broke them the moment January set in.
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5 Unresolved Personal Finance Issues You Shouldn’t Allow Into 2017


Sound personal finance is all about habits. The no impulse habit, earn extra habit, no procrastination habit, and to crown it all, the discipline habit. While some people have successfully managed to stick to their ‘save more’ and ‘settle debts’ resolutions, some broke them the moment January set in. Only when you turn away from old habits do you realize the true benefits of savings. Remember that ‘bad habits are like a comfortable bed, easy to get into but hard to get out of.’Here are some ugly
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Gender Equity Issues in Kenya


Inspiring Aspiring Women in AgricultureIt is a big shame that in Kenyan history, women have been dominated a consistent rights abuses as they shoulder an overwhelming lot of responsibilities. Most women in Kenya do enormous agricultural work and produce and significantly add to the overall agricultural output of the nation.The agricultural work helps them to earn just but a little, hence leaving a  big percentage working in the informal sector without national support! This is usually hard for
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Issues facing Kenyan women in the workplace


Gender bias is a big challenge facing Kenyan women in their workplace. At times we think that corporate offices are bridging the gap slowly but the truth is that private institutions and government offices are still way behind on this issue. In Kenyan society, jobs that require more travelling and physical exertion are still open to only men.
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