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Women, Migration and HIV/AIDS in Kenya
(International Social Work, 2008-05)
This study focused on HIV/AIDS, women and migration in Kenya. Feelings of isolation, high costs of living, pressure to get married, and granting sexual favours to employers increased the likelihood of the women becoming ...
The Historical Journey of Women’s Leadership in Kenya.
(Journal of Emerging Trends in Educational Research and Policy Studies, 2012-12)
This article presents the historical journey of Kenyan women towards leadership and fair representation in social-economic and political sphere. The movements have a humble beginning from self-help groups during pre-independent ...
Women and Housing in the City of Nairobi: Constraints and Opportunities
This paper examines women and housing in Kenya's urban areas. It specificallyaddresses the constraints and opportunities that, if explored, could enhance women's chances of accessingowner-occupied housing in the city of ...
Perception of Youth on Women’s Rights to Ownership and Control of Matrimonial Property
(American Scholarly Research Association, 2016)
Human rights and equal treatment of men and women has been in the global discourse for several decades in the past. Although the move has been supported by many policies and legal frameworks including the constitution, ...