The food predicament in Kenya: Children at the forefront of the hunger catastrophe

By Terry Moraa For most children, lunchtime is an hour to play while having a break partaking something to sustain their stomachs for the next lesson. However, Moses Jackson in Kavunzoni Primary School in Ganze, Kilifi County, can barely keep up in class due to hunger.[i] He falls asleep during class time and tears threaten to fall from the tip of ...

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Justice brewing: Advocating for better protection against sexual harassment for Kenyan Tea Workers

By Terry Ombati "I once thought of hanging myself, but I thought my children would suffer. It's torture. He wants to sleep with you, then you get a job. So you are forced to accept somebody because of work. If you do not do that, you will lose your job and have no income."[i]Such is the predicament of women in tea plantations in Kenya who work to p...

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Thorns in roses: Struggles of a first year law student

By Nasra Omar Looking back at my early teens, I cannot help but reminisce about when I would find happiness in the simplest of things. Just sitting on a rooftop could give me immense joy and peace. I would let the airy breeze caress my little soul, and sweep away all my problems, as if I had any. I liked to fantasise about my future. This little wr...

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Voices in the wilderness: On the matter of demonstrations

By Willy Mutunga* This issue of demonstrations is not about Raila Odinga or William Ruto. It should not be individualised. It is about the rights of all of us and their protection, respect, and upholding under the Constitution. Article 37 of our Constitution states as follows: 'every person has the right, peaceably and unarmed, to assemble, to demo...

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Tribe of mentors: Reflections from a visit to Mzee Ongoya's abode

****** A select group of students had the privilege of visiting  Mwalimu  Elisha Zebedee Ongoya's home, these were their reflections from the mentorship experience*********** We often seek a guiding hand to show us where to go and stand, to shape our work, our goals and our views. But mentorship is more than this. It asks us to ...

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As members of Kabarak University family, we purpose at all times and in all places, to set apart in one’s heart, Jesus as Lord. (1 Peter 3:15)

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