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Published on July 9, 2010 No Comment
A life cut short

“We’ve only got a hundred years to live,” says singer-songwriter John Ondrasik. He’s being quite generous. The Bible only promises “three score and ten” years of life – a more reasonable expectation.


Published on October 16, 2009 6 Comments
From Kibera slums to senior TV anchor

Johnson Mwakazi is the epitome of sophistication and class. A senior morning anchor and program presenter with Citizen TV, one of the leading media houses in Kenya, Mwakazi is a household name.


Published on August 3, 2009 One Comment
Nurse Training Program Opens Doors and Changes Lives

International Healthcare Training and Services in Boston, Ma., is a state-registered school that trains Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA) and Home Care Aides. The healthcare proprietors, Kenyan-born couple, Peter and Jane Waihiga, talked to the EAiF spoke about their venture

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Published on August 2, 2009 8 Comments
Scholarships give Kenyan women a future

Girls from marginalized areas across Africa have found help in Zawadi Africa Education Forum a non-governmental organization, headed by Dr. Susan Mboya – the daughter of the great Pan-Africanist, Tom Mboya.

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Published on July 22, 2009 2 Comments
Bishop Joshua Wambua: On Religion, Leadership and Kenyan Politics

Bishop Joshua Wambua is founder of Rapture Harvest Mission International (RHMI). RHMI has membership both in Kenya and the United States. Bishop Wambua has led the not-for-profit organization since founding it in 1995.


Published on July 14, 2009 No Comment
Nyagetuba drinks from Sungusungu’s bitter cup

The Sungusungu killed her son and buried him in the forest. Reagan Moenga was only a suspected petty thief, but the gang picked him from the homestead one night and proceeded to finish him off.


Published on July 14, 2009 No Comment
Dynamq dares reggae greats

FROM WEST AFRICA there was Alpha Blondy, from South Africa there was Lucky Dube and from East Africa [comes] Dynamq.” Sounds like a literary hyperbole, huh? But one thing, this is not my conclusion.

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Published on July 11, 2009 One Comment
Giving a lifeline to the voiceless

Though born with two eyes, it’s his third eye – the lens – which Felix Masi uses to capture still images, revealing lives shattered by loss of loved ones, to HIV/AIDS

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