My Experience on my First Visit to Kenya

My involvement in Kenya of a white lady voyaging alone was challenging. While I went with a gathering for 10 days all was fine. The issues began when I was without anyone else and went to Diani shoreline. I remained in a little lodging claimed by a German woman who cautioned me immediately to not stroll around evening time alone. On the off chance that that was just the issue. I ought to have improved and discover progressively about purported “shoreline young men”. Fundamentally they are commonly youthful folks who…

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A Cup of Tea in Church

By Mike Hazard I don’t know if you know how uncomfortable it is to sit in the front pews facing the congregation. I actually don’t know if anyone knows. Otherwise, they wouldn’t put those seats there. There is a piercing gaze from people that can possibly cause a crack in a wall. There weren’t many people in church yet, but this still was not a consolation. It was uncomfortable. I was in a suit. Well, I had a pair of black shoes, a pair of trousers that barely touched the…

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HOW BEDBUGS MADE ME KNOW I WAS HIV POSITIVE!

By Dan Engoc Its been 16ys now since I came to realise I was born HIV positive. Though it wasn’t that easy to find out, it comes through torture and mercies. The know-how started after our village was raided with jiggers for so long that led us to trend nationwide even leading to receiving donations from NGO’s and the government during that time. We lived in the countryside very much interior around Kakamega forest in a village called itumbu. It was very remotely where no vehicle nor motorcycle was seen,…

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How I Slept With My Mother!

By Dan Engoc “Hey kijana this place is not a sanctuary for hyenas like you and I think the curse you have is unbreakable, no Pastor can ever touch your head to cleanse you, so give me your back na nisiwai kuona around this radius ondoka! Hata hujui kumtolea mungu na uko hapa kuniharibia washirika…. wenzako wanatafuta ufalme wa mbinguni wewe na mamako mngali sodoma…….. Guards toeni hizi vitombist hapa! hamna haya, eti forgive! forgive! Bishop…. out of my church…….” This are the last words i ever heard from a…

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World’s poorest women must be our priority

Since 2000, more than a billion people around the world have lifted themselves out of extreme poverty. It’s a stunning statistic—and proof that progress is possible. Even so, we can’t take continued progress for granted. In fact, the evidence suggests we are now at a point where the number of poor people may begin to rise instead of fall. Changing this trajectory won’t be easy. Most people who have yet to overcome extreme poverty are concentrated in a few countries in sub-Saharan Africa—places where climate change, violent conflict, and instability rob…

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Why young clinical talent are pursuing tech careers

During her medical residency, Nina Miller Gonzalez, now a program manager for Google, discovered two things: she was frustrated with the inefficient technology used in health care, and she was fascinated by the potential of population health, the idea of looking more broadly at the health of a group of people, not just one patient. There is “this idea of the promise of electronic health records,” she said. And then there was the reality. Competing electronic health record systems don’t talk to each other. Patients show up to appointments carrying CDs of…

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Technological innovation will have changed our lives and society By 2040

It’s 2040. I’m 80 years old and fully able to manage my own health. We finally have the secure information infrastructure that allows us to collect, analyze and compare our health and behavioral data ourselves. Since all my health data has been digitized and can be accessed via the cloud, I can work alongside my care team to proactively manage my health. Artificial Intelligence, one of the most hyped topics of 2018, has had an even bigger impact than the Internet in the late 90’s – it changed everything. Deep insights…

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How you can Check 2019 Form One Selection

he Ministry of Education has released the list of candidates who were shortlisted to join form one in national schools in 2019. Candidates who scored more than 400 marks all got admission as more candidates were selected compared to last year. The ministry has set up a way candidates can check what schools they have been admitted to by sending a message to 22384. The format for the message should be formatted as follows: LNK#Indexnumber. For example, LNK#0471247885. The service is available for all mobile phone carriers an also attracts…

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Types Of Women All Men Run From

You’ve probably had that not-so-pleasant experience when you meet a guy and after a day/week/month of dating you realize that nah, he’s not the type. And the search starts all over again, if that’s your thing, of course. Unsurprisingly, it’s the same for guys! There are some things, red flags, small details, and habits that just put them off. All these combined together form the type of girls guys wish to avoid. Want to know what they are? Here are 10 types of women all men run from. Social media…

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Bumula girls High School Tempted by “Lucifer’s” cash

Students from Bumula Girls High school, Bungoma County, want a priest sent to their school to exorcise demons they claim are haunting the school. Speaking to Citizen Television after staging a demonstration on Monday, the girls say they are terrified by the alleged demons after seeing strange things happen every night. During the day, the girls say that they see lots of cash littered all over the school compound without a clear source. This, they say, has caused them distress and anxiety and have called for a priest to exorcise…

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