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MIDRIFT HURINET holds road safety meeting with stakeholders

Following the alarming rise in Road Accidents in the country, Nakuru-based  MIDRIFT HURINET on Thursday April 18 held an engagement forum with Nakuru county transport sector stakeholders to discuss the emerging security threats in the sector. The forum brought together human right defenders, Nakuru County Government – Official, The Civil Society Organizations Network and Bodaboda […]

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Nakuru news

MIDRIFT HURINET holds peaceful walk, panel discussion in marking International Sports Day 2024

Nakuru-based MIDRIFT HURINET on Saturday April 6, 2024 held peaceful walk that culminated into panel discussion and brief sporting activities to commemorate International day of Sports for Development and Peace 2024 in Nakuru county. Armed with placards with several writings on them communicating various messages on importance of sports in matters peace, hundreds of youth […]

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Health

MIDRIFT HURINET launches Report ‘Understanding Root Cause of Gender Based Violence in Nairobi-Kenya’

Nakuru-based MIDRIFT Human Rights Network has launched a study report on “Understanding Root Cause of Gender Based Violence in Nairobi-Kenya” supported by Kenya Human Rights Commission. The report details the experiences of survivors of Gender-Based Violence in the informal settlements of Mathare, Kibera , Dandora and Mukuru in Nairobi County. The study aims to unravel […]

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Education

How Kimathi Secondary School has embraced art as a tool towards crime-free society

Art is entertaining, informative and educative. But did you know that art can be used to also sensitize against crime and effects of crime to a society. Well, in the informal areas of Flamingo estate that also borders Lakeview and Kivumbini, one school has embraced art as a tool to sensitize and help students avert […]

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Nakuru news

How County Action Plan Pillars are working towards prevention of violent extremism in Nakuru

Nakuru County Engagement Forum through County Action Plan Pillars on countering Violent extremism have continued to play key role towards a peaceful society. The CAP pillars include Economic, Psycho Social, Media, Education, Ideological and Law enforcement. The strides made were revealed on Wednesday February 21, 2024 when MIDRIFT HURINET held a regular forum with the […]

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Nakuru news

MIDRIFT HURINET’s ARIVE Project giving second chance to ‘at risk youth’, ex-convicts

The ‘at risk youth’, who are mostly ex-convicts and reformed members of gang , face the harsh reality that the majority of people are unwilling to believe that they are changed. Many a times they are rejected and left to suffer in the various local communities that they come from. This is a gap that […]

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Nakuru news

Journey to crime-free society as MIDRIFT HURINET steps up mission to transform lives of young people in Nakuru slums

When you mention slum areas of Nakuru East and Nakuru West Sub counties, what comes to the mind of many Nakurians is the illegal and organized criminal groups such as the Confirm gang that for the past has terrorized innocent members of the public. However, intervention by Nakuru-based Non-governmental organization MIDRIFT HURINET will see the […]

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