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Internews in Kenya

Our work in Kenya. Filling in the Gap

Mark Irungu

on 15 September 2011

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Hot from the Dailies KODI Events Empowering local media worldwide Regular Journo Is it really shocking? On close scrutiny.. (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr Identify Gaps
where media
can make a difference 2003 HIV prevalence in kenya Media can make a difference 2008 Post election violence.
Media can make a
difference INTERNEWS- minding the _gap He said.. she said.. they said.. she denied.. Baby’s negative HIV test results
shock doctors by Arthur Okwemba Where making babies attracts cash rewards Kenya Open data Initiative Digital Journalism -Online research, news gathering
and data mining tools.
-Digital production.
-Digital publication.
-Incorporate user generated content. Mine the DATA Close the GAP The trend is noticeable – families in Central Province are much smaller than twenty years ago.
A political leader from the area has said alcohol is to blame, but the real story is that women
in this Province are choosing to have smaller families. A nationwide survey shows this Province
values education; literacy rates are high and it is the Province with the best take-up of family
planning services offered at health centres.
“It’s not surprising that more educated women choose to have smaller families”, says XYZ …. An HIV positive woman has delivered an HIV negative baby without any medical intervention.

The baby has tested negative for the virus on the most advanced machine used in diagnosing HIV. .."Leaders say the thinning population is a
result of decreasing childbirth, attributed
partly to runaway alcoholism".. Women of Central Province take charge of family planning
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