Gender Inequality

Kenya's loosening of gender roles is helping to fight climate change - this is how

Moses Njiru hangs laundry to dry at his home in Ishiara, in Kenya's Embu County, October 12, 2019. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Carorline Wambui

Caroline Wambui

Writer, Reuters

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Moses Njiru fetches firewood using his motorbike in Ishiara, in Kenya's Embu County, October 12, 2019. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Carorline Wambui
A member of the Embu County assembly (at right, in suit) meets with members of a farmers water management association as the group receives funding for irrigation pipes after undergoing gender training, October 22, 2019. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Caroline Wambui

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