By Ian Mutiso
Girl child empowerment through vocational training has contributed to more women graduating in Kilifi.
Speaking during a graduation ceremony on Thursday, Clara Chonga, the county executive member for education, vocational training, and ICT, expressed her excitement with the number of girls graduating from traditionally male-dominated fields.
By Patrick Chiriba and Jael Jepkemoi
President William Ruto on Wednesday launched the eagerly awaited Hustler Fund at Green Park Terminus in Nairobi.
Speaking during the launch, the president said the fund would be vital in unlocking economic equality in the country.
“I am happy that from today we shall all be equal as Kenyans. This is the fund that is going to equalize all the people of Kenya so that every citizen can know that they matter and they count,” he said.
By Ian Mutiso
Youths have been urged to actively participate in climate change challenge initiatives for sustainability and continuity in making the world a better place.
Azeb Asrat, Rotary Club International District Governor said youngsters have the energy and potential to significantly contribute to humanitarian efforts to combat the negative effects of climate change.
The book titled “Flying Solo and Soaring” contains over 20 pages of lessons meant to empower single mothers as they seek to be more intentional in their choices for their children.
Kenya Forest Services (KFS) has stepped up its tree-planting exercise across the country.
In a statement posted on their Twitter account, KFS said that tree planting activities are being conducted countrywide.
“The service in conjunction with educational institutions planted 650 seedlings in schools together with students and the local communities,” the statement in part.
Cattle rustling and insecurity in the northern Kenyan region could be a thing of past courtesy of the Ujuzi Manyatani initiative.
The initiative is geared towards transforming former bandits and the jobless youth.
Cattle rustling has traditionally been accepted and controlled by clan elders to restock livestock, but due to the commercialization of the activity and availability of weapons, rustling has turned out to be a dangerous activity.
The assistant chairperson of Mombasa ASK, Mr. Peter Odera announced reduced entrance charges for the show as a way to entice attendance and as consideration of the hard economic times faced by Kenyans.
Uber has lowered its service fee from 25% to 18% after being granted a transport network
license to operate in Kenya by The National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA).
Drivers from the ride-hailing company last week shut down services in protest of what they
termed as non-compliance by transport network companies.
Roam, a Kenyan – Swedish green mobility company has launched a 77-seat electric bus at the Nairobi green park terminal in an effort to promote sustainable and environmentally friendly transport in the city.
During the launch, Dennis Wakaba, Roam Project coordinator said that the mass transit bus is designed to help “shift towards better public transport, where we can have people ride in comfort and enjoy the ride with a clear conscience because we are talking about zero emissions.”
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