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The world needs strong women. Women who will lift and build others, who will love and be loved. Women who live bravely, both tender and fierce. Women of indomitable will. Amy Tenney
One of the things that stood out at the 1st 2019 National Gender Based Violence Conference in Kenya was the...
On the 16th and 17th of October, delegates from different sectors gathered together at the Kenya School of Monetary Studies...
Representation matters. And that's why Sandra Muchekeza and her sister Dorothy Ghettuba Pala founded Asili Kids which publishes books that tell off black perspectives and stories.
Physical abuse doesn't happen overnight, it starts simple, the best thing is to be firm about the discussion
Yes emotional abuse counts as violence, because it violates your whole being and interferes with the mind.
A marriage certificate or dowry does not give a man full control over her body. There has to be mutual understanding, respect of each other’s needs and compromise between the two parties involved.
Gender based violence is real. It does not choose race, colour, gender or even financial status. Peggy shares her experience through pain and recovery
Healing from those traumas cannot begin until the abuse is stopped. Lilian shares her story on how she learnt to move on after an abusive relationship.
Jackson Biko shares his anecdote's on a dad's labour room experience while another dad informs other dads what their partners do on maternal leave.
This week we're celebrating Women's month shining the light on various companies that have set up lactation booths and facilities for mums, women making bold moves and trailblazers in the country.
You should never be alone in these circumstances. There are resources to aid in the event of crisis. Consider the following when in the need of support.
A recap of the recent Al Muslimah top 30 under 40 Achievements Awards