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3 Types Of Shapewear That Can Be Worn Under Outfits

3 Types Of Shapewear That Can Be Worn Under Outfits

Shapewear is a type of undergarment that is tightly fitted and can provide your body with the support it requires as well as the shape it desires. Its purpose is to shape a specific part of the body into the desired shape. Shapewear can make a woman appear slimmer or with smoother, more defined curves. […]

Be Led By The Holy Spirit

Be Led By The Holy Spirit

The more areas of your life you involve the Lord in, the more you can experience His protection. You can even ask the Lord to guide you in something as seemingly natural as your travel itinerary. In fact, read the passage above. The apostle Paul allowed the Holy Spirit to lead them at every step. […]

Five Things You Should Know About Ngugi Wa Thiong’o

Five Things You Should Know About Ngugi Wa Thiong’o

Kenya’s most celebrated author Ngugi wa Thiong’o marked his 84 birthday on January 5. Having published his first novel – Weep Not Child – in 1964, Ngugi remains active in writing and teaching. His latest creative effort is Kenda Muiyuru (The Perfect Nine), a Gikuyu epic that was longlisted for the 2021 International Man Booker Prize. Kenyan […]

What Fetching Water Costs Women And Girls In Nairobi’s Informal Settlements

What Fetching Water Costs Women And Girls In Nairobi’s Informal Settlements

Fetching water is usually a “women’s affair”, as has been documented all over the world. The consequences of spending time and energy to get safe water are felt in women’s health and emotional wellbeing, as well as incomes. Existing research on water access by women in informal settlements tends to focus on their gender role, how they collect […]

What Makes Young People Accept Help To Stay Well

What Makes Young People Accept Help To Stay Well

Anyone who has ever tried to convince an adolescent to behave a certain way is likely to be familiar with resistance. So, when offering support to help young people stay healthy, happy and out of difficulty, it’s worth knowing what they are comfortable with. Interventions that young people find acceptable are more likely to work. […]

Women’s Rights Leader Detained in Sudan Capital

Women’s Rights Leader Detained in Sudan Capital

The head of Sudan’s No to Oppression of Women initiative, Amira Osman, was detained during a midnight raid by security forces on her home in Khartoum in the early hours of Sunday morning. Her detention has prompted condemnation from within Sudan, as well as from the United Nations mission in the country. The initiative said […]

Kenya Lifts Ban on Passenger Flights From UAE

Kenya Lifts Ban on Passenger Flights From UAE

The government has lifted the ban imposed on all inbound and transit passenger flights from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) two weeks ago. According to the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA) Director-General Gilbert Kibe, the flight was lifted on Monday at midnight. “Kenya shall do a NOTAM lifting the suspension of flights to and from […]

Malawi’s President Fires Cabinet Over Corruption Charges

Malawi’s President Fires Cabinet Over Corruption Charges

Malawi’s President Lazarus Chakwera on Monday dissolved his entire Cabinet over corruption charges against three of its members. Chakwera told the nation in a televised address that “all the functions of Cabinet revert to my office until I announce a reconfigured Cabinet in two days.” He vowed to “confront all forms of lawless conduct by public officials.” […]

Burkina Faso Military Claims to Have Taken Power

Burkina Faso Military Claims to Have Taken Power

A group of soldiers in Burkina Faso said on Monday that they had ousted President Roch Kabore, suspended the constitution, closed the borders and dissolved the parliament. The announcement came hours after soldiers detained Kabore in his residence. A soldier read the statement aloud, which was signed by Lieutenant Colonel Paul-Henri Sandaogo Damiba, on live television. Earlier reports […]

Rwanda Makes Case for Women Protection – UN

Rwanda Makes Case for Women Protection – UN

With Covid-19, the situation for women human rights defenders and the prospects for women’s full participation in building peace have become ‘vastly worse’. This is according to the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet. She made the remarks on Tuesday while participating in a Security Council debate, under the theme “Protecting Participation: Addressing […]

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