Lucy Wanjiku Njenga's memoir Hope Made a Way, launches today! Lucy writes, 'I have left nothing unsaid as I narrate how my childhood was, how my crazy teens felt like and just when I thought it could not get worse, I dealt with the biggest loss of my life. The story will move you, will … Continue reading Hope Made a Way launches today!
Age of consent should not be a barrier to access to services
by Esther Aoko Should access to sexual and reproductive health services be dependent on the age of consent? In Kenya we are currently living in interesting times where different actors are using the loopholes in our laws and policies to either try to lower or raise the age of consent for sex in a bid … Continue reading Age of consent should not be a barrier to access to services
ARE THE SEXUAL & REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH RIGHTS OF WOMEN LIVING WITH HIV STILL CONFINED BY COVID-19? AN ANALYSIS OF THEN & NOW
Are the Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights of Women Living with HIV Still Confined by Covid-19? is a report by ITPC, Salamander Trust, Making Waves, South Sudan Young Positives, GALZ, Positive Young Women Voices, and the Ssozi Foundation. It provides an update about the SRHR issues still facing women living with HIV in Zimbabwe, Uganda, … Continue reading ARE THE SEXUAL & REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH RIGHTS OF WOMEN LIVING WITH HIV STILL CONFINED BY COVID-19? AN ANALYSIS OF THEN & NOW
Kenya’s new National Reproductive Health Policy 2022-2032
by Esther Aoko Background to this article: Kenya’s recently launched ten-year National Reproductive Health Policy 2022-2023 has been the focus of criticism by civil society organisations, human rights organisations, and professional bodies such as the Kenya Obstetrical Gynaecological Society (KOGS). After months of repeated requests for meaningful engagement in the policy development and review process, … Continue reading Kenya’s new National Reproductive Health Policy 2022-2032