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Maasai women benefit benefit from empowerment funds

  By Abdi Hussein As a way of adapting to adverse climate change among pastrolists in Kajiado County, Maasai women have started modern commercial bead and mats making ventures. According to the women, entirely depending on livestock keeping has become unsustainable due to prolonged drought. Milk selling business which is …

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Narok teachers vow to fight for their rights

By Enock Okong’o Trans Mara branch KNUT Executive Secretary Willy Korir has accused Teacher Service Commission of working to silence the union from fighting for teachers’ rights. He said the Commission should stop issuing threats to their union leaders, noting that deregistration of the KNUT General Secretary Wilson Sossion was …

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Transmara land conflict resolved

By Bell Pere Two worrying factions of the Maasai communities in Transmara West have finally agreed to solve a long standing boundary dispute in the area so as to end conflict among them. During a meeting midwifed by local leaders, it was agreed that border lines had to be drawn …

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