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Brian Khaniri Jun 20
When an Ordinary Kenyan in Maa land gets the new currency..
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Samuel Tunai, EGH. May 23
As a county, our new CIDP recognises the place of culture not just as a source of revenue but as a form of identity and pride. We have rolled out programmes for building the capacity of local communities toward exploration of cultural activities for economic development.
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Turkana Land Apr 15
The Department of Culture held Initiative sensitization meetings in Loareng'ak and Kaikor in Turkana North Sub-County. The initiative's aim is to empower women to take up bead work as an economy activity.
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NTV Kenya Apr 6
Coming from such a community I was very aware that there was a gap hence the aim was to try and make the women to see the economic value in the skills they have acquired through their cultures - Helen Nkaissery.
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NTV Kenya Apr 6
Booming business is not the only thing that these women are earning from their beadwork.
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Alvan Kinyua, CGP Apr 6
Women from beading communities have for long been part of the economically suppressed Kenyans. Commercializing beading will forever change this sad narrative.
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Fatuma Hirsi, CBS Apr 6
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Ushanga Apr 6
Ushanga Kenya Initiative is economically empowering Pastoralist women through value addition of a skill and trade, indigenous and historic to their culture.
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Ushanga Apr 6
Ushanga Kenya Initiative is partnering with counties in pastoral communities to promote ushanga business. The main consumers of the Ushanga artwork are tourists at the Coast of Kenya and abroad tourists.
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Ushanga Apr 6
Replying to @UshangaKE
The tourists oftenly visit the Ushanga camp to get a touch of the Maasai culture and interact with the Maasai. The tourists also are great fans of the Bead work therefore making them the main consumers of the Ushanga artwork. 
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Ushanga Apr 6
Ushanga Kenya Initiative is partnering with counties in pastoral communities to promote ushanga business. The main consumers of the Ushanga artwork are tourists at the Coast of Kenya and abroad tourists.
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Ushanga Sep 10
We are to empowering women from pastoralist communities. We can’t help it😰! We value them. @ Marsabit County
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Ushanga Sep 1
. CEO Dorothy Mashipei with Samburu Women during the Maralal Camel Derby in Samburu County.
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Ushanga Sep 1
Our job is to market these products both to the local and international market.
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Ushanga Sep 1
Deputy President at our Ushanga products display stand at the Maralal Camel Derby.
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Ushanga Sep 1
The Maralal Camel International Derby is Kenya’s best known and most prestigious camel race, attracting both local and international competitors.
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Ushanga Sep 1
Ushanga Kenya at the Maralal International Camel Derby in Samburu County.
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Ushanga Sep 1
Ushanga Kenya is informally creating a space in the children’s educational environment to be in touch with their community craft.
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Ushanga Sep 1
Ushanga Kenya has established county based cooperatives to promote value addition, provide marketing services, access to credit facilities, improve saving culture to create wealth and investments enabled by proceeds from the bead trade.
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