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q2:Tekla lorupe is a woman and atheletic she was so much famous she from was from a minority community in Kenya and where she was from there was conflict between her community and the neghbouring commuity,this gilr decided to donate parts his community and family in his community and also to be the mediator betwen the community and she succede to bring peace
Q40:Mixed
Q3:duration
Q4:individual
Q7:samburu
Q6:KENYA
Q9:1-2 years ago
Q37:Good idea that succeeded
Q39:Mixed
Q38:Mixed
Q15:Yes
Q17:Transforming youths_<<2011-08-25-MATHARE-S#214-S#01>>
Q10:Male
Q13:The right people
Q12:Saw it happen
Q19:Food and shelter,Security,Knowledge
Q18:Inspired
Q8:ezgeo
Q122:22-30
Q133:39.33333000000000
Q132:-3.76667000000000
Q134:Individual

q2:Wangari Mathai is one of the women who made our environment decorative.She was born in 1940 in Ihithe village at Nyeri she was educated in the United States at Mount st Scholastica and the university of Pittsburgh as well as university of Nairobi in 1970 she founded a Green Belt Movement a non governmental organisation focused on environmental conservationand women's rights.In 1984 she was awarded the right livelihood and in 2004 she became the first African woman to receive the Nobel prize for her contribution to sustainable development democracy and peace she has shown Kenya the importance of preserving the environment she is so wonderful and merciful to give our country what it deserves and make it look beautiful.Thank you to our mother Wangari Mathai.
Q40:Mixed
Q3:securing our environment
Q5:sustainable development, united states, receive, women, woman
Q4:individual
Q7:Nairobi
Q6:Kenya
Q9:Less than 2 months ago
Q37:Good idea that succeeded
Q39:Mixed
Q38:Mixed
Q23:50
Q15:Unknown
Q17:[HORIZON Q18 NOT ANSWERED]<<18-10-2011-MATHARE-COMMUNITY TRANSFORMERS-S#115-P#01>>_
Q10:Female
Q13:The right people
Q12:Saw it happen
Q19:Security,Creativity,Self-esteem
Q18:Indifferent
Q8:Karura Forest
Q122:16-21
Q133:34.55000000000000
Q132:-1.13333000000000
Q134:Individual

q2: Forestry is the planting of trees and encouraging them to grow. Once there lived a woman known as Wangari Maathai who was a Kenyan. Maathai encouraged the growin of forests and was annoyed by those cut down trees. Wangari planted trees with the aim of making her country look beautiful. She started a movement known as Green Belt movement which was involved in planting of trees. The Green Belt Movement planted a lot of trees in forests, schools, colleges, universities and everywhere they could. In 2004, Wangari Maathai was awarded a Nobel Peace Prize and becoming the only Kenyan woman to receive the award. This is due to the fact that he fought for environment. She offered tree seedlings to many villages, districts and cities. This is because she wanted to make a change in the harsh environmental conditions. By the time she was dying, Wangari had said that she would not be laid in a coffin made up of wood to prevent cutting of trees.
Q40:Mixed
Q3:FORESTRY
Q4:Individual
Q7:Nairobi
Q6:Kenya
Q9:2-6 months ago
Q37:Good idea that succeeded
Q39:Social relations
Q38:Specific solution
Q23:50
Q15:No
Q17:<<2012-11-27-KIBERA-S#482-P#01>>_
Q10:Male
Q13:The right people
Q12:Heard about it happening
Q19:Physical Needs,Knowledge,Self-esteem
Q18:Hopeful
Q8:Lindi
Q122:16-21
Q133:None
Q132:None
Q134:Individual

q2: Women are said to be the backbone of the society. They work behid the scenes to ensure that homes, workplace and communities run smoothly. This has also involved on mother called Wangari Maathai who is a professor. She has done a number of things to the community and changed lives of many people. She has been a strong an activist who has fought to bring change & our society. Our enviroment has being green due to her effort that made aa first woman and first Kenyan to won a Nobel peace prize. As she has been campaign on how we can take care of our enviroment through, planting trees. She has also written several books on how we can take cae of our enviroment.
Q40:Mixed
Q3:STRENGTH OF A WOMAN
Q5:women, work, woman, communities, kenyan
Q4:Professor Wangari Muta Maathai
Q7:NAIROBI
Q6:KENYA
Q9:More than 2 years ago
Q37:Good idea that succeeded
Q39:Mixed
Q38:Mixed
Q23:16
Q15:Unknown
Q17:[HORIZON]No.16 & 18 no answers chosen <<2011-06-30-KAKAMEGA-WEWASOFAGROUP-S#116-P#01>>_
Q10:Decline to identify
Q13:The right people
Q12:Saw it happen
Q19:Knowledge,Freedom
Q18:Inspired
Q8:NGONG
Q122:16-21
Q133:38.36667000000000
Q132:-2.41667000000000
Q134:No Answer

q2:The Life if Josephine seemed t o come to an end the moment her husband died in 1997. August, with 7 children ranging between the age of and 15 years she could not imagine that the family members of her husbands that the late brothers sisters and other in laws of Josephine were now cleaning their brothers properties which were in million here in Kenya and abroad in United States. Life proved to be a living hell until Josephine came to meet one woman by the name Susan from Nairobi who told her rights This seemed a right idea which Josephine immediately executed given that she had been legaly married to her late husband. The lawyer susan helped them until on the very final day when the court ordered her in laws to stay off her late husband is propety with stern warnings of arrest and jailed if they dared to interfere with her. This left Josephine in a state of peace and was able to educate her children happily ever after.
Q40:Mixed
Q3:WIDOWS
Q5:right, stay, meet, state, day
Q4:JOSEPHINE
Q7:Kenya
Q6:KENYA
Q9:More than 2 years ago
Q37:Bad idea
Q39:Social relations
Q38:Specific solution
Q15:Yes
Q17:<<2011-07-06-BUSIA-S#001-P#027>>_
Q10:Female
Q13:The right people
Q12:Saw it happen
Q19:Food and shelter,Security,Family and Friends
Q18:Inspired
Q8:Marachi
Q122:46-60
Q133:37.17074000000000
Q132:-2.01198000000000
Q134:Individual

q2:Dinah Akales was only 14 yrs old when she won the 10km women's peace race at Kengen's Turkwel Power station. Her winning time was 33:10, not much slower than the world record of 30:21 set by Paula Radcliffe an established British athlete. What makes Dinah's performance even more remarkable is that she was running barefoot on a rough track. Her victory was not officially recognized because she tool [art as a guest runner, but she was awarded a heifer and 20 goats. She is one of seven children that she wanted to help her mother since the father died. Dinah's hero is Tegla Lourope, a famous kenyan athlete who has earned respect from her competitors. In 1994 Loroupe became the 1st Africa woman to win the New york Marathon. These days she organized peace race to reconcile funding communities in Kenya, Uganda and Sudan.
Q40:Mixed
Q3:PEACE RACE
Q4:BY LIZ NTONJIRI
Q7:TURKANA
Q6:KENYA
Q9:More than 2 years ago
Q37:Good idea that succeeded
Q39:Social relations
Q38:Specific problem
Q15:Yes
Q17:[HORIZON]<<2011-05-11-MATHARE-COMMUNITY-CENTER-S#050-P#01>>_
Q10:Female
Q13:The right people
Q12:Saw it happen
Q19:Food and shelter,Family and Friends,Physical Needs
Q18:Inspired
Q8:TURKWEL
Q122:16-21

q2:The life of Josephine seemed to come to an end the moment her husband died in 1997 AUGUST with 7 children ranging between the age of and 15 years she could not imagine that it would be possible to take care of the children given that the family members of her husbands,that's late brothers,sisters and other in laws of Josephine were now claiming their brothers properties which were in millions here in Kenya and abroad in united states. Life prooved to be a living hell until Josephine came to meet one woman by the name Susan a lawyer from Nairobi who gave her the idea of sueing the inlaws in court and fighting for her rights.This seemed a right idea which Josephine immediately executed given that she had been legally married to her late husband. The lawyer Susan helped them until on the very final day when the court ordered her in laws to stay off her late husband's property with stern warnings of arrest and jailed if they dared to interfere with her. This left Josephine in a state of peace and was able to educate her seven children and lived happily there after.
Q40:Mixed
Q3:WIDOWS
Q5:lawyer, legally, husbands, widows, property
Q4:JOSEPHINE
Q7:KENYA
Q6:KENYA
Q9:More than 2 years ago
Q37:mixed
Q39:Social relations
Q38:Specific solution
Q15:Yes
Q17:<>_
Q10:Female
Q13:The right people
Q12:Saw it happen
Q19:Food and shelter,Security,Family and Friends
Q18:Inspired
Q8:MARACHI ESTATE
Q122:46-60
Q133:37.17074000000000
Q132:-2.01198000000000
Q134:Individual

q2:My name are pastor victor,we have had a land dispute since 1972.Our father who's deceased had purchased a pieces of land around three acres some where in kakamega central district.But after his death some where in 1998 the same person who had sold him the piece of land came and claimed it at his funeral that our father the late still had his balance of around 44000/= kenya shillings were tried to solve this dispute with this man but he seem to be playing his good cards at law courts.We pumped into peace making organisation for rescue after loosing hope with local provincial administration and now the peac making organisation are moving with case well they have even reveled to us the same man was trying to sub-divide our land and intended to sell one piece to another woman around our village.
Q40:Mixed
Q3:Land redress land case
Q4:Peace making development group
Q7:kakamega
Q6:KENYA
Q9:7-12 months ago
Q37:Bad idea
Q39:Economic opportunity
Q38:Broad need
Q15:No
Q17:[HORIZON]<<2011-09-08-busia-S#001-P#01>>_
Q10:Male
Q13:Nobody
Q12:Helped make it happen
Q19:Family and Friends,Physical Needs,Freedom
Q18:Horrible
Q8:Ndegeya
Q122:31-45
Q133:34.89439000000000
Q132:0.26675000000000
Q134:Peace Makers Development Group

q2: Kenya was among the 189- unimember state that adopted the Beijing declaration and platfrom for African action at the fourth world confrences on gender equality development and peace in Beijing on September 15,1995, Kenyans also joined the 190 member of state of un in adaption the millenium declaration in 2000 there commiting her self to addressing the equal rights and opportunities of women and men , combating all forms of discrimination/violence against women and implementing the convention on the elimination of all forms of discrimination against women. All these instruments reinforce each other and facilitate the implemetion of the 12 critical areas of the Beijing platform. Among those twelve critical areas concern is the involvement of woman in national peace building processes as well as their active participation at all levels of decision making including their voice. Our last finding from our research and planning team has revealed that in all Kenyan government employment only 52 percent copmprise of women population in Kenya and play a key significant in social and economic development of these nation. Written and compiled by Shisia wa Mwachi programme secretary peace makers development group.
Q40:Mixed
Q3:NATIONAL COHESION
Q5:critical, active, voice, areas, national
Q4:PEACE MAKERS ORGANIZATION
Q7:KAKAMEGA
Q6:KENYA
Q9:More than 2 years ago
Q37:Unknown
Q39:Mixed
Q38:Mixed
Q15:Yes
Q17:[HORIZON] Question 6&7 were not answered. <<2011-87-960-MATHARE-S#091-P#01>>_
Q10:Male
Q13:Mixed
Q12:Saw it happen
Q19:Food and shelter,Family and Friends,Freedom
Q18:Important
Q8:STENDI MANDAZI
Q122:31-45
Q133:34.89439000000000
Q132:0.26675000000000
Q134:Peace Makers Organization

q2:Dianah Akales was only 14years old when she won the 10km women's peace race at Ken Gen's turkwel Power station.Her winning time was 33:10,not much slower than the world record of 30;21 set by Paula Radcliffe an established British athlete. What makes Dinah's performance even more remarkable is that she was running barefoot on a rough track.Her victory was not officially recognised because she took part as a guest runner,but she was awarded a heifer and 20 goats.Dinah said to one of reports of a media station that she wanted to help her mother as the sole bread winner. Their father died leaving her mother as the sole bread winner.Dinah hero is Tegla Loroup,a famous Kenya,an athlete who has earned respect from her copititors.In 1994 Loroupe became the 1st Africa woman to win the New York city marathon.These days she organises peace race to reconcile fending communities in Kenya,Uganda and Sudan.
Q40:Mixed
Q3:PEACE RACE
Q4:BY LIZ NTONJIRI
Q7:TURKANA
Q6: KENYA
Q9:More than 2 years ago
Q37:Good idea that succeeded
Q39:Social relations
Q38:Specific problem
Q15:Yes
Q17:[HORIZON] question 15&16 were not answered<<2011-06-09-MATHARE-COMMUNITY TRANSFORMER-S#050-P#01>>_
Q10:Female
Q13:The right people
Q12:Saw it happen
Q19:Food and shelter,Family and Friends,Freedom
Q18:Inspired
Q8:TURKWEL
Q122:Unknown