Why You Need Britam Education Policy

The cost of Education in Kenya has become one of the major challenges parents face. The average parent with school going children finds it increasingly difficult to pay for their children’s school fees.


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.

A Look at Export Processing Zones in Kenya

Export Processing Zones also known as the EPZ are manufacturing firms that produce goods for export only with a small percentage allowed within the country. Companies seek authorization from the Ministry of Industry and Trade in Kenya to do this. The EPZ companies fall under the umbrella body of Export Processing Zones Authority (EPZA) a parastatal under the Ministry of Industry and Trade. There are several different types of companies under this agreement. Companies ranging from services providers to agricultural firms.

Kenya’s Thriving Fashion industry

Growth and development is one of the greatest expectations that we have in life. We don’t desire to stagnate or dwell on one level. As a developing country, Kenya has come a long way on many fronts, and we have seen the fruit of those who have been laboring without rest in various industries. One of these is the fashion industry. This is from using animal skin as clothes, to lapping khangas, imported second hand clothes to having our own thriving fashion industry.Some years back fashion design

Kenya: Factors Affecting Women’s Political representation

Although women make up a significant portion of the population in Kenya, the political representation by women tells a different story. According to the latest census figures, there are 19,192,458 male and 19,417,639 females in Kenya, making women a majority.  Since independence in 1963 , the political landscape has been dominated by men right from state house to the grass roots. To a certain extent, the problem can be traced to the foundation of the nation because over 99.5 percent of its

Take Charge: Women and Political Leadership in Kenya

Women and political leadership in Kenya has been quite challenging for many years now, but some light has started shining after our new constitution was implemented.   Despite the global advances recognizing the principle of women’s economic, political as well as social equality. Kenyan women have continued been marginalized in many areas especially when it comes to leadership as well as decision making. Studies have shown that women typically, bring a diversity of opinions and perspectives to