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Dominic Kirui

29 May 2019

Forole, Kenya

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Communities around Kenya address national deforestation by relying on individuals to make changes in the way they use timber as well as to plant trees to repopulate suffering forests. Many towns set strict guidelines ...

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Dominic Kirui

19 October 2018

Bubisa, Kenya

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In villages in Bubisa, Kenya, women have come together to form informal community banks so that they may have greater financial access and power. These groups of women together save money, and then lend and borrow mon...

The Epoch Times

Dominic Kirui

15 October 2018

Kenya

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In a small town outside the Kenyan capital, a school offers adult education classes. Business and language courses have helped women to maximize the profits of their businesses and other entrepreneurial ventures.

Thomson Reuters Foundation

Dominic Kirui

10 September 2018

Kisaju, Kenya

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To tackle deforestation in Kenya, locals scatter charcoal-coated seeds in their communities to grow forests in the country. The charcoal deters birds and insects from eating the seeds before they can germinate; once t...

Women Across Frontiers

Dominic Kirui

20 August 2018

Nairobi, Kenya

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After surviving a traumatic sexual assault in Nairobi, Wangu Kanja founded the Wangu Kanja Foundation to raise awareness of and prevent gender-based violence. The foundation also provides medical, legal, and psychsoci...

Civic Ideas

Dominic Kirui

3 December 2017

Botoret, Kenya

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After learning that poor hygiene and sanitation practices often leads to an increase in diseases, on man in Kenya decided to install pit latrines for his community to lead by example. This practice, along with other a...

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