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Coast Media Encounter

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Although women in Kenya form the majority of the population and consequently the majority of potential voters, they remain a marginalized group who are more often news objects rather than news makers.

In addition, they continue to play at the periphery of mainstream politics and significant decision making processes. This is much evident in the current political mood in the country and clamor for reforms.

It is against this background that the African Woman and Child Features partnered with The Open Society Initiative for Eastern Africa, to bring community women and the media from Mombasa and its vicinity together, in order to map out a way forward.

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