KENYA- Nurse Jackson Talia acquitted of murdering a woman who died from an unsafe abortion

In July 2009, a pregnant woman came to a primary care health clinic in Gachie, Kiambu County, in severe pain and having been bleeding for eight days from a botched abortion. Mr Tali, a nurse at the clinic, tried to help her but determined that she needed to go to a hospital to receive specialized medical attention. However, the woman died in his car as she was being transferred to a higher level facility that … Continued

KENYA- Providers, unmarried young women, and post-abortion care in Kenya

Young women and girls in Kenya face challenges in access to abortion care services. Using in-depth and focus group interviews, we explored providers’ constructions of these challenges. In general, providers considered abortion to be commonplace in Kenya; reported being regularly approached to offer abortion-related care and services; and articulated the structural, contextual, and personal challenges they faced in serving young post-abortion care (PAC) patients.

KENYA SOLIDARITY REQUEST: Sign the petition here

TICAH, Trust for Indigenous Culture and Health, in Nairobi is kindly requesting signatures on their petition to call on Supreme Court Chief Justice David Maraga to support Lady Justice Njoki Ndungu’s call to the judges to clarify the clause in the Constitution on abortion in Kenya.

Kenyan medics say US health aid cuts will mean more abortions

  The policy means cuts to programs like the one run by Monica Oguttu, who founded the Kisumu Medical and Education Trust to help poor women get health care and education in the country’s third largest city. The trust had been scheduled to receive a total of $2 million from USAID from 2017 to 2021, around 56% of its budget. It now expects to lose all its US funding. Oguttu founded the organization after discovering … Continued

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