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ELECTION 2022

Studying abroad; One on one with a Chevening scholarship recipient

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This year, a few Kenyans will be benefitting from the Chevening Award that will allow them to pursue different courses at different institutions.

Studying abroad; One on one with a Chevening scholarship recipient

By Saada Hassan | 1 year ago

Pioneering Kenyan blind student rallies for greater recognition of white cane

Pioneering Kenyan blind student rallies for greater recognition of white cane

As a child, Samuel Odawo was so adept at ducking under trees and darting between houses while negotiating round sharp bends in Ndere Alego, Siaya County, that siblings and neighbours christened him ‘Hono,’ meaning miracle.

Joy Wanja Muraya | 6 years ago

Kenyan scholars keeping UK universities international

I have thought a great deal about UK universities over the last two years. With two teenagers coming to the end of High School, hardly a day goes by in the Bradshaw household without uttering the words, “which university?”

John Bradshaw | 8 years ago

Pioneering Kenyan blind student rallies for greater recognition of white cane

As a child, Samuel Odawo was so adept at ducking under trees and darting between houses while negotiating round sharp bends in Ndere Alego, Siaya County, that siblings and neighbours christened him ‘Hono,’ meaning miracle.

Joy Wanja Muraya | 6 years ago

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