Covid-19 Vaccine: Why Kenya’s Sex Workers Should be First in Line
Kenya needs to consider the welfare of sex workers even as it rolls out Covid-19 vaccination in hospitals across the country. Not only did Covid-19 threaten their livelihoods but it also exposed them to poor health outcomes.
6,000 Nairobi Bars, Restaurants to Receive Covid-19 Safety Training
The training program is part of Diageo's Ksh.11 billion ($100 million) global fund to support bars and pubs bounce back after months of disruption. The training offers requisite skills, equipped with practical equipment to meet COVID-19 safety protocols and psychosocial support during their work.
Harassed President & Skeptical Kenyans as Covid-19 Vaccine Finally Arrives
Kenyans have expressed conflicted feelings toward the administering of vaccines and have relayed their concerns to governors who have in turn put the President on the spot. Governors implored President Uhuru Kenyatta and Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) leader Raila Odinga to receive the jab publicly to eliminate fears.
CONFIRMED: American NGO Has Launched ‘Adopt a Clitoris’ Campaign in Kenya
The creation of Clitoraid was inspired by International spiritual leader, Raël, a relentless defender of human rights and women’s rights. The innate right to sexual health and fulfillment has been a core value to the Raelian philosophy for nearly half a century and is now advocated by the World Health Organization as a basic human right.
School Girls Sanitary Pads Cost a King’s Ransom
Poor menstrual management keeps girls out of school for approximately 25% of their school days in a year
Investing in Mental Health Key in Recovery of African Economies
It is estimated that mental illnesses cost $2.5 trillion globally in 2010, and this cost will rise to over $6 trillion by 2030