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Inuka Vol.1

Inuka Vol.1

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I
nuka!
Promoting the Rights of Women in Kenya
 The Marriage Bill2007 ExplainedFatuma Adan: Voice of Hope in Marsabit Will MDGs Come toRescue of Women?
Inuka is a bi-annual publication of AMWIK with support from UNDEF 
    I  s  s  u  e   N  o .   1   V  o   l .   1   J  a  n  u  a  r  y  -   J  u  n  e   2   0   0   9
 
       C     o     n       t     e     n       t     s
COAST PROVINCE
Sauti ya Wanawake: Give a Voice to Women Arranged MarriagesInfringing on Women’s RightsMalindi Fights Child Sex Tourism
NAIROBI
 The Way of Kibera Women A Self-Defence Programme inKorogocho
NORTHEASTERN PROVINCE
Fatuma Adan: Voice of Hope inMarsabit Worlds Apart, But Common EconomicGoals
NYANZA PROVINCE
SICK, HUNGRY AND POOR: Will MDGsCome to the Rescue of Women? Wife Inheritance Perpetuating Spreadof HIV 
 TOPICAL 
 The Marriage Bill 2007 Explained Advocates of Women’s Rights Wives and Daughters Have a Rightto Inherit Property too! Women Rising Up in Self-Defence Women Entrepreneurs DrivingKenya’s Economy Living With Albinism in KenyaClimate Change Posing New Challenges to Gender Equality 
RIFT VALLEY PROVINCE
 Thorny Challenges Facing Womenin Flower Farming
 THE PROGRAMME
 Amwik Pictorial About AMWIK/UNDEF Women’sHuman Rights ProgrammePromoting Women’s Rights Through Radio Listening GroupsSome Facts About Women’sHuman Rights14.15.18.9.29.6.8.20.23.12.17.25.28.31.32.35.26.3.4.11.24.
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nuka!
 
Inuka! Pictorial
 Amwik Exucutive Director, Ms. Jane Thuo, presents aradio handset to one of the radio listening groups inKwale. Looking on left is the the women’s human rightsprogramme cordinator in Coast Province, MohammedBarroh
 Amwik Executive Director, Ms. Jane Thuo, ags off 
a caravan to educate communities in Garrissa on theneed to abandon Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) inMay this year.Igiza Ziwani Women Group perform ata function for the Amwik Child Labour programme in Kwale. A samburu girl shows off her tool of tradeMembers of Umoja Group dance at afunction of the Amwik Peace, Justice andHuman Rights programme in Naivasha, inFebruary this year.
 
Members of Garissa community  watch the caravan with messages onthe need to abandon Female GenitalMutilation (FGM) in May this year.
 January-June
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