2023 Intake Open University of Kenya
2023 Intake Open University of Kenya

Loise Lenser

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Ms. Loise is a Communication Specialist with a bachelor's degree in Publishing and Media Science from Moi University, Kenya. She is a dedicated web developer and a climate change and environment writer. She also owns diverse skills in social media marketing. Her contact: loiselenser@gmail.com
According to a report by Youth Alive Kenya, about half of the population in Nairobi are youths.  The occasion was under the theme: Unification of youth voices as a catalyst for development in Africa. The celebrations were a testament to the power of youth empowerment and collaboration. Nairobi is one of the youngest and fastest-growing cities in the world, with youth escaping out...
Commemorating breastfeeding week is a commendable initiative that sheds light on the importance of breastfeeding for infants and maternal health. The event had a specific call to each and every individual to help create conducive conditions for lactating mothers, be it a school-going, full-time stay home, or working class. Managers and colleagues should be educated on the challenges faced by...
Africa’s economic development is hampered by corruption, which also significantly impedes the realization of effective governments and fundamental freedoms. Engaging dialogues explored topics such as strengthening legal frameworks, enhancing asset recovery mechanisms, promoting citizen engagement, and fostering international collaboration. In Africa, corruption is a sickness that endangers democracy. Stakeholders from all over the continent came together on July 11 to mark Africa...
Swahili, also known as Kiswahili, traces its roots back to the Bantu language family, specifically from the southeastern African region. It is one of the official languages of the African Union and the Southern African Development Communities. Through digital platforms, the richness of Swahili can be shared and celebrated far and wide, fostering a sense of belonging and pride among Swahili...
Beyond acknowledging the struggles and highlighting resilience, this event sought to highlight the invaluable contributions made by refugees and immigrants.  Through interactive sessions, participants were encouraged to engage in open dialogue and challenge preconceived notions about refugees and immigrants.  It showcased Kenya’s commitment to supporting displaced individuals and provided a platform for attendees to share their inspiring stories. In a world grappling...
The graduation ceremony infused an atmosphere of pride, accomplishment and boundless possibilities.  Mahanaim College goes above and beyond in preparing students to thrive in a globalized world.  Through their education and the support they received, the graduates are now positioned to make lasting impacts in various sectors, whether in public service, entrepreneurship, research, or social advocacy. In a momentous event that marked...
Many researchers have found that African scholars face various challenges, including limited access to networking, curriculum gaps and knowledge of publication processes. General researchers also need to know who their work partner is in their work with researching platforms and grants being open to create an open opportunity for all to grab.  The capacities for research in Africa remain low at...
People flee their homes in areas around Khartoum, Sudan, recently, as fights intensified. PHOTO/AFP.
The expansion of globalization has brought about both new opportunities and problems for maintaining global peace and security. There is a higher chance of peace and stability as more nations adopt democratic forms of government and respect for human rights. Real security cannot be offered solely on a national level in today’s globalizing globe. Globalized security and peacebuilding have gained fresh significance...
Evangelists and other Christian leaders join hands in a book dedication prayer during the launch of Essays in African Theology and Christianity, authored by Reuben Kigame. PHOTO/Courtesy.
Apart from his well-known music career, which spans over three decades, Kigame is also a trained teacher, journalist, evangelist, social activist, and a future presidential aspirant. Kigame clarified that Christianity predates colonialism and is not inherently colonial or Western but has been embraced and contextualized by various cultures worldwide, with Africa leading in its consumption. The book explores different doctrines, including...
With the disruption caused by the internet and technology in current era, Gen Z are becoming choosy and sensitive on the kind of content they consume. PHOTO/Freepik.
Over time, technology has caused unimaginable disruption for media. Just a small portion of Gen Z relies on texts and blogs. Simplicity of payment options key for ease of content buying and subscriptions. Technology has changed how businesses and consumers function, and the media sector is not exempted.  A few of the paradigm shifts in media that have been observed include competition...