Nutrition, what is it, and why is it important? Nutrition is defined as the process of providing or obtaining the food necessary for health and growth.
The training was held in Rangwe sub-county Kamagawi village in front of a homestead from 2:00 pm. The target group for this meeting was community members, and the main agenda was sensitization on COVID-19 and upscaling of the nutrition status for the community members.
When a pandemic strikes a nation, it is bound to affect everyone in different ways. Sadly, low-income earners are being affected the most. Since Kenya announced the first COVID-19 case, the state of the country has not been the same.
Over the years, Women Chama’s have always been treasured. Most believe it is still a safer place to belong since most share experiences and exchange ideas in various aspects of life.
The training was held in Rangwe sub-county hospital. The target group for this meeting was the Chakachaka youth group and the main agenda was sensitization on COVID-19 and upscaling of the nutrition status for the community members.
School holidays usually bring joy to almost all children. Most boys and girls often look forward to spending quality time with family and friends.
There has been a lot of discussion surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic and its effect on the nation. On 12th March 2020, Kenya confirmed the first case since the beginning of the outbreak in China in December 2019.
Since the COVID 19 pandemic struck the world, many challenges ranging from health matters, economic strains, and social/cultural issues have emerged. Health matters such as teen pregnancies have increased in the recent past, and most stakeholders are coming together to fight this menace. Economically, most youths and community members have lost