Kenya Stawi Economic Blueprint

Kenya Stawi

 To  develop Kenya into a Prosperous and Peaceful Nation in order to attain good living standards for every Kenyan through development of the Root Economies of Agriculture, Education, Manufacturing & Tourism, and Fidelity to Rule of Law. Every Kenyan to enjoy Excellent Government Services, Increased Economic Opportunities, Personal Economic Wellbeing, Splendid Business Environment, Justice, Fairness, Non-Discrimination, Security, Quality Infrastructure, Quality Free Education and Health Services

Kenya Stawi Economic Blueprint

  1. The Kenya Stawi Economic Blueprint

The Kenya Stawi Economic Blueprint is a Visionary Economic and Social policy paper whose object is to bring Democracy, Rule of Law, Development of Education and the Root Economic Sectors of Kenya for Peace and Prosperity of All Kenyans.

  1. Vision

To Develop Kenya into a Prosperous and Peaceful Nation in order to attain good living standards for every Kenyan through development of the Root Economies of Agriculture, Education, Manufacturing & Tourism, and Fidelity to Rule…

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|NIKKI’S STORY| I am glad to have Somali friends and neighbors here

7 billion stories

Nikki Marcellino/Contributor

I want to share a story. I have thoughts and feelings that are so raw right now about our world and country.

A few weeks ago, my church took a few Sundays to review our mission is as a church. During one of these Sundays, our pastor, Steve, said a comment that I loved and that got my mind rolling. He said something like, “As a church, my hope is that people in this city could say, ‘I may not agree with everything that these people believe, but I am sure glad they are here.” When he said this, I began to think about the neighborhood surrounding my church. I was thinking about the other churches nearby and then about the East African restaurants just down the street and the Somali people in the community that own and run many of these restaurants. Then I thought, “I may…

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A CALL TO ACTION: Wake up Middle and Upper Class Kenyans!

The New Mau Mau Revolution

by Eunice Songa

Let me take a few minutes of your time.

Kenya is a beautiful place, isn’t it? Opportunities abound for those willing to work hard; the land where you can be born in a small village, work hard and enjoy your lifetime in lush suburbs of Nairobi.

But we get caught up in that rat race don’t we? The never ending pursuit to get a bigger, flatter TV, a smarter phone, a more expensive car and holidays to those exotic destinations we see on our friends’ timeline. While we make sure our children are in elite private school ”A”, that our houses are on the right side of the CBD, while we are sipping our 500 shilling mojitos with colleagues at the hottest after work watering holes in the city, our beloved Kenya, our land of opportunity is crumbling right around us.

We the lucky few in this…

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On Being a Pastor and Pregnant (and Why I Can’t Carry Your Weight)

I found out I was pregnant at the happiest place on earth. It was Mother’s Day and I was on vacation at Disney World. Go figure. I noticed my normally regular period hadn’t come which is usually no biggie. I would chalk it up to stress. Except now, thanks to acupuncture, I was used to it coming like clockwork. It’s only day one I told myself. It’ll come tomorrow. And it did, but only stopped by for a brief visit before disappearing into the abyss. I waited for her to come back. She never did.

The next day, I did what any normal sane woman would do. Scoured the resort for pregnancy tests like a madwoman. I went to every store on my resort AND the sister resort. Not a test in sight. No not one. How is this the happiest place on earth and you not expect people to…

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