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Global Disability Summit 2022: another talkshop?

In 2018, the government of Kenya co-hosted the first global disability summit with the government of United Kingdom (UK) in London. This was hailed as the biggest meet-up around disability agenda bringing together governments, development organizations, business entities, organizations of persons with disabilities (OPDs) and their allies that led to commitments meant to advance theContinue reading “Global Disability Summit 2022: another talkshop?”

The most effective strategies for challenging economic and social inequalities, a case for Kenya

In the recent past, the subject of inequalities has gained a huge focus from different quarters of the world`s politic; broadness of the subject matter referring to the measurement of imbalance or skewed distribution in a system, which may be social, economic, political, diverse and the likes. Economic inequality thus refers to how economic metricsContinue reading “The most effective strategies for challenging economic and social inequalities, a case for Kenya”

Covid-19 Response: Inclusion of persons with disabilities as an afterthought.

It has been a while since the World Health Organization declared Coronavirus, a pandemic and marshalling the global might of governments, UN agencies, bilateral institutions, businesses and citizenry towards its response. On everyone`s tongue is Covid-19 and its effects to humanity and world economy, various measures have had to be employed globally to curtail theContinue reading Covid-19 Response: Inclusion of persons with disabilities as an afterthought.

Fredrick Ouko the blogger

Few people even my close friends, know the other side of me that involves writing- a gift that i excelled in during my high school days only to become lazy at it once i finished my high school sojourn. Writing is a leisure activity that helps me connect with my emotions around a particular topicContinue reading “Fredrick Ouko the blogger”


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