Effects Of Covid-19 On Small Scale Traders

Effects Of Covid-19 On Small Scale Traders

By Sally Kivaya. Most people ushered in 2020 with the great optimism that comes with a new year. Business people were not exempt. Having great plans for their businesses, some applied for loans, renovated their shops, employed more workers, added stock and opened more shops, all in a bid to […]

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Effects Of Covid -19 On Education

Effects Of Covid -19 On Education

By Sally Kivaya. The government of Kenya announced closure of all educational institutions immediately after the first case of Corona virus was reported. Parents, students, teachers, lectures and other workers in these institutions found this announcement to be convenient at the time since they all feared for the spread of […]

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Wait For Tomorrow

Wait For Tomorrow

By Sally Kivaya Margaret Sanger once said “Woman must not accept; she must challenge. She must not be awed by that which has been built up around her; she must reverence that woman in her which struggles for expression.” But most young women living in kayole have been taught or […]

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Insecurity in Dandora During Covid-19 Pandemic

Insecurity in Dandora During Covid-19 Pandemic

By Andrew Myendo Over the years, residents of Dandora have had to battle with insecurity on a daily basis. Many of them have lost their family members, neighbours and even childhood friends. Everyone has in one way or another been affected by insecurity, either as victim or a parent of […]

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Stop Killing Us

Stop Killing Us

By Andrew Myendo Dandora has a population of 110,164, with  a land area of four kilometers having approximately 27,541 persons per square kilometer.  About half of this population are young people between the ages 10 and 35 years of age, a majority of whom do not have anything to do. […]

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Celebration of Mashujaa In Dandora

Celebration of Mashujaa In Dandora

By Calvin Onyango 20th October is a national holiday – Mashujaa day. It is a day set aside for the commemoration of national as well as personal heroes and heroines. A hero to me is anyone doing something positive for the community, be it in big or small ways. Everyone […]

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Art Over Politics for Youth Development

Art Over Politics for Youth Development

By Moses Okoth The 2013 and 2017 elections saw a substantial number of political jobs taken up by youth. Youthful artists, activists and businessmen ran for political office and having been to the ballot box for these last two elections, my target was for my team to be part of […]

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