The Maker Movement for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health
The evaluation found that the various partners worked to create low-cost, locally-designed medical device prototypes and spare parts to serve women and newborns.
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This report is a human rights-based analysis of the status of free primary education in the slums of Nairobi.
The analysis takes as its reference point the free education policy unveiled by the Kenyan government in 2003, that abolished levies in primary schools.
The analysis proposes that any policy aimed at addressing challenges in access of a right must deliberately pay attention to the most marginalised in society, and urban slums constitute some of the poorest communities in Kenyan society.