Monthly Archives: April 2013

Voluntary Male Circumcision.

  Since Stone Age, different cultures across Africa, have embraced circumcisions. It is either performed for religious reasons or as an initiation rite. Male circumcision is surgical removal of the foreskin – the retractable fold of tissue that covers the … Continue reading

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Kibera News Network and Langata Youth Network hold joint Community Forum

It was 30th march 2013, the day map kibera trust’s video program, KNN. together with langata youth network came together to conduct a community screening that also incorporated a youth forum to discuss ways of avoiding violence at the height … Continue reading

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Prize Giving Day at the Green Pastures School

Green pastures school is private based institution which is sponsored by the Equity Bank and the British High Commission among other sponsors. The school has over 500 children in which more than 200 are fully sponsored by various organisations. The … Continue reading

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For a long time Kibera has been viewed as one of the faces in the limelight especially where matters concerning violence, crime and abuse of human rights are concerned. Whether true or not this has been attributed by:-poverty, unemployment, illiteracy … Continue reading

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Security map grafitti draw attention in Kibera

Map Kibera Trust has completed painting a security map on two walls in Kibera as a community outreach program. Wall painting played a big role in providing key security information during the just concluded general election; particularly to visitors and … Continue reading

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Courts Verdict: The events before and after courts decision to Uphold Presidential Election results

Map Kibera Trust aim to effectively participate in the monitoring and coverage of the elections events as they unfolded finally came true a few days to the 4th  as all plans were now in place.  Finally the long awaited day … Continue reading

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6 deaths reported in slums after Supreme Court’s ruling

Six died in the scuffle between the rival groups and anti-riot police a few hours after the Supreme Court confirmed Uhuru Kenya as president elect. After the ruling, Uhuru supporters were seen jubilating in parts of Nairobi streets. Other parts … Continue reading

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