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Promote the rights of disabled

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The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that people with disabilities make up 10 per cent of the total population in Kenya, translating to approximately 3.5 million people.

Promote the rights of disabled

By Moses Mwaniki | 5 years ago

Increased funding for education a plus for Jubilee

Increased funding for education a plus for Jubilee

The Jubilee administration cites increased funding for education and the scrapping of examination fees as its improvement of the sector.

Job Weru and Rawlings Otieno | 5 years ago

A school in the wild where learners sit on stones and learn under trees

There are no classrooms. There are no desks. But there are many children at Nachurur Primary School in Tiaty, Baringo County, dying to get an education — the only thing that can help them wriggle out of the grinding poverty they were born into.

Standard Team | 5 years ago

Kenya’s basic education under threat as donors drastically cut funding, new report shows

Donor funding for basic education in developing countries has drastically reduced, a new report has revealed.

Standard Reporter | 6 years ago

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