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In April, most families living in informal settlements in Nairobi were only able to afford one quarter of the food they needed, according to a rapid food insecurity assessment conducted by the Urban Early Warning Early Action Coalition (UEWEA), with partners Oxfam in Kenya, The Kenyan Red Cross...
As governments worldwide are fighting tooth and nail against COVID-19, domestic workers like Beatrice are spending sleepless nights worrying about where their family’s next meal will come from. The pandemic has dealt a huge blow to domestic workers as their employers have taken all necessary...
Yearly, the NGO board hosts an event termed the NGO’s week, which aims at typically bringing different non-profit organizations together for engagement and finding solutions to the local challenges. Thanks to the NGO board, the NGOs week offered Oxfam an opportunity to have a booth, which enabled...
The value of domestic and unpaid care work lies in its recognition and appreciation as a valuable contributor to everyday life. However, this work is often discounted through the patriarchal lens of value and work. In fact, it's the very definition as work that is not really regarded as such, is an...
It baffles me to think that despite being an egalitarian, I excused a grave form of injustice to women- heavy and unequal unpaid care and domestic work which is disproportionately a women’s responsibility. I am an advocate, not only by being admitted to practice law in Kenya but because of my inner...
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