GROOTS Kenya Blog

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As a result of forced evictions, people are often left homeless and destitute without means of earning a livelihood and in practice, with no effective access to legal redress or
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Climate change has become one of the biggest challenges of the 21st century. Whereas, climate change is considered to be a global problem that requires global solution, the needs of
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Gender equality is about according women and men equal opportunities to exploit their full potential. It is recognizing that men and women face different obstacles and challenges that directly impact
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On the occasion of World Wetland Day, GROOTS Kenya received an award from the Cabinet Secretary Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Hon. Keriako Tobiko and NEMA for spearheading climate change
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After my husband died from TB, I suffered a great deal from stigmatization and rejection from my in-laws and the community. At that time, TB was uncommon and people did
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Following a GROOTS Kenya training, we formed one group of poultry farmers and as a result of the training I became a market champion and my monthly income from the
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This is a highlight of the activities and impact of the third National Potato Conference and Trade Fair held at KALRO in Loresho, to our grassroots women and their contribution
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GROOTS Kenya in partnership with other Women’s Rights Organizations and development partners among them UN Women, FEMNET, WE Effect, Equal Measures 2030, SDGs Kenya Forum, Women Empowerment Link, CREAW, Help
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My name is Winrose Nyaguthii and I come from Laikipia East Sub County in Laikipa County. I have been a champion in GROOTS Kenya for the past 19 years and
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My name is Jennifer Mutinda, I am 47 years old and I come from Kawongo in Kitui County. I joined GROOTS Kenya in 2003 through the Community Responses to HIV/AIDS

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