Supporting the Future Oriented Development of Society

All Kenyans deserve citizenship that provides for safety, equality, education and growth. It is why there is a special attention given to leadership that allows for the growth and development of the society.

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Leaders and citizens need to work together to champion societal development.

The citizens and the leaders must continue to work on a ground where they can create a peaceful co-existence for the sake of the future. This can be done through everyday interaction in various ways, such as, attending governmental meetings, posting positively on social media and contributing to development oriented goals.

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Through participation of leaders and the support of the citizenry, society must develop.

A need to work on health and education especially during this time of the COVID-19 assures Kenya of a future. There is a hope for a comeback after the much impact of the pandemic. This starts small with donations to help improve the current situation in education and access to medical care, job opportunities and even gender mainstreaming.

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Gender mainstreaming is a sure way to develop society.

“Coming together is not a sign of weakness rather one of the pursuit of the common good”.

Henry’s Care Initiative Quotes

Let us lay down our grudges against leaders and create better alliances that can challenge the leaders to participate more honestly with us towards development. Especially with the COVID-19 and the disbursement of CDF funds at stake among governors and their deputies, we need to call for a resolution. It starts with us and gradually, the citizens and the governments shall both benefit of this culmination.

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Active participation will make us win together.

Better Living Children and health Cleanliness Disease control Funding for health care Help for Refugees Hepatitis Hiv/AIDS HIV and PLWDs Keeping kids safe from diseases loving our children in good health Moral Support Our World Persons living with HIV and AIDS PLWDs Pneumonia Politics Proper health measures Protecting Our Children Refugees Support and Care for PLWDs the children are the future women and health

Published by Lavine Les Mots

"Do unto me as you would have me do unto you". "Fais-moi ce que tu veux que je te fasse"

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