Month: March 2015

March 2015: My Personal Experience with Women’s Rights (Anyar)

Women ‘s Right to property are unequal to those of men in Kenya. Their right to own,inherit,manage and dispose of the property are under constant attack from customs and individuals. The devastating effects of property right violations including poverty,disease, violence

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March 2015: My Personal Experience with Women’s Rights (Aguet)

The only way I can improve women’s right in Uganda and Africa as a whole is to be an advocator for their education right and gender based violence is a bad thing. This is because through education women shall know

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March 2015: My Personal Experience with Women’s Rights (Guor)

Women in Kenya unlike anywhere on the earth, are continually undergoing the most outrageous life. They are undervalued by their male counterparts through early marriages. Young girls during their academic studies drop out of school so that they should remain

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March 2015: My Personal Experience with Women’s Rights (Jacob)

Conceptually, women are considered vulnerable in Africa as well as the entire world but that is not actually true. What men can do, women can do. The main problem affecting women in Kenya is inadequate freedom of expression. For example

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New Student: Introducing Myself (Jacob)

My name is Jacob Ajoh Anyieth. I grew up in our native land ( Bor, Jonglei State) without a Mum and Dad beside me. I was left when I was nine months old by my Mum and Dad due to

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New Student: Introducing Myself (Gai)

My name is Gai Panchol Garang, I am south Sudanese by descent from Jonglei state, Bor county, Jalle payam, Akuai-Deng Boma (Alian). I was born in 16th June 1992 in Akuai-Deng village. I am among the acceptance students of Liliir

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March 2015: My Personal Experience with Women’s Rights (Akim)

In Kenya women have right to education. Started from Colleges to Varsities women are majority compare to men. Women have right to works in any position in Kenya whether military sector or public sector. In Kenya women have voice in

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