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#WorldBreastfeedingWeek in Kenya

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Nuru Kenya Healthcare Program promotes exclusive breastfeeding in rural parts of Kenya. Exclusive breastfeeding is a norm that every new mother should adhere to. Mother’s breast milk is the healthiest…

Lucy Mogesi Motabutwa together with her family outside her hut in Ikerege village, Migori County - Kenya

Diversified Agriculture Creates More Livelihood Opportunities for Rural Farmers

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One of the goals of Nuru Kenya is to help farmers to improve food security and income opportunities. This year it looks forward to impacting the lives of nearly 2,000…

#HealthforAll “No more preventable diseases and deaths for farmers in my community.” Nuru Kenya farmer co-operative health volunteer leaders displaying their certificates after successful completion of their initial healthcare training.

#WorldHealthDay community stories of #HealthForAll

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In celebration of World Health Day 2018, Nuru International thanks our staff who are working tirelessly in Kenya and Ethiopia to help bring #HealthForAll to rural farming communities. These community…

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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…

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