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The Media Diversity Centre is a media project of the African Woman and Child Feature Service that seeks to use public journalism for empowerment of the citizenry

Workshop on Reporting on Reproductive Health

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Media Diversity Centre The Media Diversity Centre (MDC), a project of African Woman and Child Features Service is organising a workshop for journalists on reporting on reproductive health. The workshop is a two-day event bringing together correspondents from various parts of the country.

The workshop will cover various topics such as the importance of Reproductive Health reporting, Maternal Health in the context of MDG 5, Ethical issues in reporting on Reproductive Health, Media Ethics and using internet resources to enrich your stories

The Media Diversity Centre works with correspondents to produce a bi-monthly online newspaper The Reject. For the past three months,it has also been inserting the newspaper in The Star to reach a wider audience countrywide.

 

Reject Online

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The Reject is a bi-monthly online publication of the Media Diversity Centre. It aims to be the unfiltered, uninhibited... just the gruesome truth.

View various issues of Rejects Online

 

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Community Land Rights Newspaper

Cover of the Community Land rights paper Special newspaper for the Conference on Community Land Law, held 6 - 7th June 2013 in Nairobi, Kenya

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Highlights from this paper:

    Kenya's community land, which way for the country?
  • Drafting of community land law bill over
  • Deafening silence on right of women to own land
  • Will law provide reprieve to the Mukuru slumlords phenomenon?
  • Investors in Tana River derail community land rights
  • A fairly advanced tenure system in Tanzania
  • Commission set to protect land
  • Land use to embrace sustainable approach
  • Now legal options give women a channel to land rights

Reject Online

Kenyan Woman

Gender & Elections Special Papers

Gender & Elections Special issues

We believe women are at the heart of Kenya's transformation. This election is going to present the highest number of highly capable women vying for elective positions. We've profiled some of the aspirants in our 3 publications, access the highlights via the links below:

Strength of a Woman

Strength of a Woman - Women, Land & Property

Strength of a Woman - Women, Land & Property

With this special issue on land and property rights, the Strength of a Woman, a product of the African Woman and Child Feature Service is again bringing you the untold stories of women, marginalised groups, challenges with the COK2010 and land policy and the need to connect the dots on issues with land using practical experience.

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Strength of a Woman - International Women's Day 2012

Strength of a Woman - Women, Land & Property

Strength of a Woman - International Women's Day 2011

Strength of a Woman - Maternal Health & Death


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