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  2. Women in Kenya - Wikipedia

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    The history of the evolution of the traits of women in Kenya can be divided into Women within Swahili culture, Women in British Kenya, and Kenyan Women post-Independence. The condition and status of the female population in Kenya has faced many changes over the past century. Kenya was a British colony from 1888 until 1963.

  3. Kenya Vision 2030 - Wikipedia

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    Kenya Vision 2030 (Swahili: Ruwaza ya Kenya 2030) is the country's development programme from 2008 to 2030.It was launched on 10 June 2008 by President Mwai Kibaki. Its objective is to help transform Kenya into a "newly industrializing, middle-income country providing a high quality of life to all its citizens by 2030 in a clean and secure environment."

  4. COVID-19 pandemic in Kenya - Wikipedia

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    The COVID-19 pandemic in Kenya is part of the worldwide pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). The virus was confirmed to have reached Kenya on 12 March 2020, [3] with the initial cases reported in the capital city Nairobi and in the coastal area Mombasa .

  5. Ambalavaner Sivanandan - Wikipedia

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    Ambalavaner Sivanandan (20 December 1923 – 3 January 2018), commonly referred to as A. Sivanandan, was a Sri Lankan and British novelist, activist and writer, emeritus director of the Institute of Race Relations (IRR), a London-based independent educational charity.

  6. Dadaab - Wikipedia

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    Dadaab (Somali: Dhadhaab) is a semi-arid town in Garissa County, Kenya.It is the site of a UNHCR base hosting 223,420 registered refugees and asylum seekers in three camps (Dagahaley, Hagadera and Ifo) as of 13 May 2019, making it the third-largest such complex in the world.

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  8. African Great Lakes - Wikipedia

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    In 1999, a 3,500,000-year-old skull was discovered there, named Kenyanthropus platyops, which means "The flat-faced man of Kenya". Economy. Fishing—primarily of tilapia species but also of Nile perch—provides the main livelihood. With four Great Lakes on its borders, Uganda ranks as one of the world's largest producers of freshwater fish.

  9. Kamba people - Wikipedia

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    Today, the Akamba are often found engaged in different professions: some are agriculturalists, others are traders, while others have taken up formal jobs. Barter trade with the Kikuyu, Maasai, Meru and Embu people in the interior and the Mijikenda and Arab people of the coast was also practised by the Akamba who straddled the eastern plains of ...