It is their desperate attempt to rationalise why they have been denied something many people take for granted — a child. Because every woman in the group, from Teresia to 26-year-old Priscilla, is infertile.
Nancy Wangari, a 36-year-old businesswoman, was also married for 16 years until her divorce four years ago. She was diagnosed with blocked Fallopian tubes at the age of 22, and surgery failed to correct it.
Sadia Birka Jamari, 23, an Ethiopian, was in a mixed marriage with a Somali, who divorced her early this year, and is willing to go back home. She will be moved to Kakuma once the camp has been closed in May.
Doreen Moraa was born with HIV. She has lived with the virus for 24 years and has managed to keep tabs with her medication. Her story as a HIV person is moving as she has faced challenges along the way. She is definitely A beautiful story.
I think I have made my position very clear. Kenyans have gone through a lot of difficulty, especially after the 2007-08 post-election violence that led to loss of life, property and displacement of people. I believe Kenyans made a very strong statement when we came to pass the 2010 constitution that Kenya will never go […]
When many people think of the heart, what comes to mind first are probably the arteries, and the heartbeats. But they may not realize that the heart also has a unique electrical system to help it pump blood.