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What is the Kenya We Want? As we await the general elections, join the discussion on 5 key areas that the incoming government should concentrate its efforts. 🗓️ Wednesday, 03 August 2022 🕰️ 8:00 PM 📍Twitter Spaces @Arch_KE #KenyaWeWant #ChambuaUongozi #KenyaDecides2022
A New, Ground-breaking Collaborative Journalism Project Set to Tackle Mis & Dis – information in Kenya. In late 2021, Baraza Media Lab and twenty-three (23) media and media-related organisations met to discuss whether there was interest in taking collective action to combat mis/disinformation and mal-information aimed at confusing voters ahead of the Kenyan elections in 2022. Through these sessions, the collective concluded that there is a surge in a dedicated and sophisticated spike in mis/dis/mal – information attacks as well as a clear lack of training for media practitioners Launched in April 2022, Fumbua, which is a Swahili word meaning to unravel the truth, is a collaborative journalism project focused on discovering and investigating suspicious information about public policies in the upcoming general elections that have been shared on social media or messaging apps. #FumbuaKe #BML https://barazalab.com/programs/fumbua/
Wafula Chebukati starts releasing official presidential results https://www.standardmedia.co.ke/national/article/2001452977/chebukati-starts-releasing-official-presidential-results
NHIF to allow men to cover multiple wives for Sh500 The National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) has published regulations that will allow men to get medical cover for multiple wives, if Parliament approves the proposed law, marking a departure from medical insurance norms. The regulations have a clause providing medical coverage to polygamous families on condition the male member pays an extra Sh500 for the additional wives. This is a departure from the current NHIF rules that cover one spouse and a maximum of five children. Most private insurance firms recognise the principal member, one registered spouse and up to four children for medical cover, especially those backed by employers. Members with two wives are often forced to have another cover for the second wife who is listed as the principal member. The NHIFs move to recognise multiple wives comes more than eight years after former President Uhuru Kenyatta signed into law a marriage Bill legalising polygamy. #NHIF