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Petit Rebwi Inspires Fellow Community-Owned Cooperatives

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The hilly village of Nyamagenga in Kuria East sub-county is a breath-taking sight. From a distance you would mistake it for bare land where no farming takes place. The scenery…

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Literacy Strategies Improve Reading Skills Among Learners

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Caroline Akinyi Okore is a government teacher at St. Luke’s Primary School in Malunga, where she has instructed for the last fifteen years. She teaches lower grades classes whose learners…


“I have broken the mold and turned the tables”

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Penina Bunyige Solomon is a Nuru farmer from Nyametaburo village in Kuria West Sub-County of Migori County, Kenya. She is a member of Isibania Farmers Cooperatives Society. She has eight…

Mothers day blog 2017

#Mothersday moments across the ocean

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#FirstTimeMothers reflect on new life and nursing I just got back from a precious week with my new niece during her third week of life. What an incredible time for…


Nuru Kenya Input Issue 2017

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The goal of Nuru Kenya’s agriculture program is to reduce food insecurity and foster a stable and sustainable economic base to prevent episodic hunger in communities, while empowering farmers to…

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On #WorldMalariaDay and every day, Nuru Kenya works to #EndMalaria

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World Malaria Day is observed annually on April 25 to raise awareness of the global effort to control, prevent, and ultimately eradicate malaria. World Malaria Day, which was first observed…

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