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Birth control no longer a bitter pill for Nakuru street mothers

RIFT VALLEY

The 23-year-old is among tens of street mothers seeking family planning services.

State sets aside Sh100m to bail out victims of cattle theft menace

State sets aside Sh100m to bail out victims of cattle theft menace

The Government has set aside Sh100 million to compensate victims of cattle rustling, Deputy President William Ruto has announced.

Kipsang Joseph and Mercy Kahenda | 4 years ago

Low uptake of family planning in Baringo

Family planning is unheard of here and Kamartom insists that children are a blessing.

Kipsang Joseph and Mercy Kahenda | 8 months ago

State sets aside Sh100m to bail out victims of cattle theft menace

The Government has set aside Sh100 million to compensate victims of cattle rustling, Deputy President William Ruto has announced.

Kipsang Joseph and Mercy Kahenda | 4 years ago

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