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q2:Shara from Gulu High meets her future Husband. In 20012 his sister pulikeria and her husband were working in Masaka Hospital. Ponsiano too was working in MAsaka Hospital. He had trained as amedical assistant in Liro and Masaka. After a short time working in Masaka Hospital. He was transferred at Gulu hospital and from there he got a new girl lover who was also a nurse. but the bad part was that the girl was affected by (HIV) and after some time the girl died so the boy was badly off and they had one child of 2 month which was taken by the save the children.
Q40:Mixed
Q3:mblire meet her future husband shara
Q4:slove the children
Q7:Gulu district
Q6:Uganda
Q9:2-6 months ago
Q37:Good idea that worked somewhat
Q39:Social relations
Q38:Specific problem
Q23:50
Q15:Yes
Q17:[HORIZON] Question 9 was answered once<<2012-12-21-UGANDA-S#465-P#01>>_
Q10:Male
Q13:The wrong people
Q12:Was affected by what happened
Q19:Knowledge,Creativity,Freedom
Q18:Angry
Q8:For-God
Q122:31-45
Q133:None
Q132:None
Q134:None

q2:KIBERA UPRISING is another well known. This organization is for collecting rubbish and other things like dirty in aplot or on the road. People were using another technologia that is flying toilets. This is why this organization built toilets, hospitals and other things like road. But now this organization is well known by people ,girls now are happy because they have been helped.
Q40:Lasting change
Q3:girls in Kibera
Q4:Kibera uprising
Q7:NAIROBI
Q6:Kenya
Q9:7-12 months ago
Q37:Good idea that succeeded
Q39:Mixed
Q38:Mixed
Q23:-1
Q15:No
Q17:(HORIZON)<<2011-05-24-KIBERA-S#076-P#01>>_
Q10:Male
Q13:The right people
Q12:Was affected by what happened
Q19:Knowledge,Self-esteem,Freedom
Q18:Important
Q8:Mashimoni
Q122:31-45
Q133:36.79061840000000
Q132:-1.31241250000000
Q134:Kibera Uprising

q2:It was on suturday morning i and my sister were going to school one girl was shot by thieves the man who was near their he help the girl and taken her to the hospital, when the man was going to her house he met with a young boy who was goinhg to the river to fetch water the boy was with her brother her brothe entered in the water and the man saw the boy crying the man gone in the river and move the boy ouside the water
Q40:Mixed
Q3:MAN KILLED BY THIEF
Q4:NEIGHBOUR
Q7:NAIROBI
Q6:KENYA
Q9:Unknown
Q37:Bad idea
Q39:Economic opportunity
Q38:Specific solution
Q15:No
Q17:[HORIZON]<<2011-05-31-OGIRA-KIBIRA-S#117-P#01-P#03>>hezekiah ogira @ yiahoo.com_
Q10:Male
Q13:The right people
Q12:Unknown
Q19:Security,Self-esteem,Freedom
Q18:Important
Q8:KIBERA KISUMU NDOGO
Q122:31-45
Q133:34.55000000000000
Q132:-1.13333000000000
Q134:None

q2: National studies confirm that between 40 and 50 of Kenyan women and girls experience different forms of violence either physical, sexual, verbal or emotional,from their childhood to adulthood. These women do not have the ability to use their full potential and contribute to development and are also in danger of contracting Hiv/Aids. But through WE CAN E. Africa, all the people are given the message that violence against women is unacceptable through the change makers programs because they believe that people can change people.Change makers are people who agree to stop this behavior and agree to educate people to change their behavior to be in schools, offices, villages etc. Victims are encouraged to talk freely and cases of rape are referred to Nairobi women hospital for treatments.This campaign has really helped to reduce cases of violence against women in Kibera
Q40:Lasting change
Q3:DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN KIBERA
Q4:WE CAN EAST AFRICA
Q7:NAIROBI
Q6:KENYA
Q9:1-2 years ago
Q37:Good idea that succeeded
Q39:Mixed
Q38:Specific problem
Q23:-1
Q15:Yes
Q17:<<2011-02-28-Kibera-Ogira- S#015-P01>>_
Q10:Male
Q13:The right people
Q12:Helped make it happen
Q19:Food and shelter,Family and Friends,Freedom
Q18:Inspired
Q8:Kibera
Q122:31-45
Q133:36.77880700000000
Q132:-1.32614600000000
Q134:We Can East Africa