As the facilitator, Norman Munala was explaining the skills; it was amusing to observe the shock on their faces when they were told that the female Nile perch deposits it’s eggs in her mouth until the fingerlings are able to survive on their own. To Jones Namutali, the imagination was most unsettling. “Do they feed during this period or do they stay without food?” she posed. This, said Munala, is a protective mechanism whereby the fish ensures warmth and comfort for the fingerlings in the mouth till they are mature enough to be released to the water. “…. so they eat but at a reduced pace than normal.”
Civil society speaking up for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) Recommendations for donors Policy brief No.3 has been released. The policy Brief based on an informal survey conducted between March and May 2012 among Kenyan civil society organizations (CSOs) working on SRHR among them AMwik was ment to contribute to the policy dialogue with donors and CSOs on SRHR policies and programmes.
H.E Kibaki urged the women in Maendeleo ya wanawake to use the vast networks to uplift and promote peace before, during and after the elections.
Kibaki says Kenyan government has not only upheld women rights but also the rights are guarded and protected in the constitution.
He added that, the government would comtinue to mainstream gender and promote gender equality and women empowerment to help in achieving some goals in the country.