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Bungoma traditional midwife helping pregnant mothers for 40 years

Seventy-five-year-old Florence Nakhumicha from Sango village in Bungoma County has been a midwife since 1974.
By Omelo Juliet Jan. 13, 2022
FGM often leads to problems such as haemorrhage, infection, and birth complications.
By Rose Mukonyo Feb. 11, 2022
The patient, in his 40s, had used other treatment methods without success.
By Rosa Agutu Feb. 17, 2022
Doctors of the Aga Khan University Hospital have conducted a successful penile implant operation on a 44-year-old male patient.
By Elvince Joshua Feb. 18, 2022
Nyahururu County Hospital has reported 24 cases in the last one month.
By James Munyeki Feb. 23, 2022
Study reveals that social media influencers received Sh1,000-Sh1,500 to derail online debates on Reproductive Healthcare Bill 2019.
By Frankline Sunday Feb. 27, 2022
Yeast infection is marked by itching, swelling, and irritation from changes in balance of the yeast cells.
By Rosa Agutu Mar. 6, 2022
Most men visit sex clinics alone before tagging along their partners from the perception that when the sex failure is their fault.
By Rosa Agutu Mar. 7, 2022
If a woman goes behind her husband's back to acquire family planning, it could earn her severe punishment or even divorce.
By Marion Kithi Mar. 6, 2022
The mother of five girls has resigned to her fate, saying she won’t get more children.
By Gardy Chacha Apr. 5, 2022
Emergency contraception is used to prevent pregnancy after sexual intercourse without protection.
By Rose Mukonyo Apr. 11, 2022
Kenya’s married and sexually active unmarried women have increased their use of contraceptives in the last decade with the most preferred methods being implants and injectables for family planning.
By Saada Hassan Apr. 28, 2022