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Reject Newspaper


The Reject newspaper is a monthly publication of the Media Diversity Center, a project of African Woman and Child Feature Service. 

As of 2016, the Reject is published online on reject.awcfs.org

Reject Online Issue 15

  • Kyondo makes a comeback
  • Plans for micro-financing ruffle tea farmers
  • Pineapple farmers set for juicy times
  • Compensation that is an injury to victims
  • Extinct antelope set up for reintroduction into Mt Kenya forest
Reject Online Issue 14
Highlights
  • Disarmament: a tough call, Goverment efforts of mopping up guns may be futile
  • Philanthropist tourist to the rescue: czech comes with hope for Laikipias destitute children
  • Making food security a reality
  • Word Bank commits to to uplifting farmers
  • Turkana women walking the talk by getting innovative life skills
Reject Online Issue 13

Highlights:

  • Architectural marvel, Skillful design makes traditional fortress a world site
  • Group tackles mungiki menace through job creation
  • Widow defies tradition
  • Credit facilities at farmers doorstep
Reject Online Issue 12

Highlights:

  • Academic light dims for Laikipia's best
  • Gutsy widow beats inheritance to scale academic milestones
  • Government acts to stop pollution of Lake Victoria
  • Disease sets in with vagaries of extreme weather conditions
  • No grain silos despite huge harvests
Reject Online Issue 11

Highlights:

  • Dead morgue resurrects
  • Lone eaglet treads where others dread
  • Lifestyle diseases ail big cats
  • Former squatters prosper in new settlement
  • Court repatriates Somalia nationals
Reject Online Issue 10

Highlights:

  • Climate Change hits hard
  • Hippos for pets and security?
  • Doctors set tempo for safe circumcision
  • Heavy metal in water cause for high number of deformed births
  • Lemon and bleach part of ingenuity among commercial sex workers
Reject Online Issue 9

Highlights

  • Isiolo residents jittery over oil exploration, demand explanation
  • Man exhumes wife's body after 32 years over claims of witchcraft
  • Programme to empower disabled persons launched
  • Nanyuki to combat cholera
  • No relenting on Migingo
Reject Online Issue 8

Highlights:

  • Journalists cautioned as paper is launched amid pomp and colour
  • Rogue road contractors put on notice over stalled projects
  • forestry society roots for bamboo and the eucalyptus
  • Ruma National Park gets a face lift
  • Dairy goat rearing brings hope to many poor families
Reject Online Issue 7

Highlights:

  • Poverty driving children from school to fishing in lake region
  • Human activity destroying world's second largest fresh water body
  • Mushroom, a lucrative product awaiting local exploitation
  • Street boys rehabilitate through dumpsite restoration
  • New technology to reduce cost of construction
Reject Online Issue 6

Highlights

  • Female teachers and students to benefit from ICT training
  • Water shortage sounds death knell for blue gum
  • Cross border efforts to save the revered crested crane
  • Irrigation projects to boost agriculture in South Nyanza
  • Laikipia farmers get insurance cover for crop failure
  • Francisca Akumu: A mother with 30,000 births to her credit
Reject Online Issue 5

Highlights in this issue

  • East African political federation could soon be a reality
  • Call for special training on Environmental reporting
  • Fish farming helps conservation on Mt Kenya forest
  • Village in dilemma as orphans are thrown into early parenthood
  • Down but not out, Mwilu soldiers on with a positive attitude
  • Girl's close shave with the ogre of early marriage
  • School that is a beacon of hope for the displaced
  • Greed for land leaves sacred lake desecrated
Reject Online Issue 4

Highlights of this issue

  • Tears of joy at Kibera slum upgrading project
  • Scramble for land as cement factory brings new lease of life to barren district
  • Migingo pioneers trace history of the disputed island
  • Transformer vandals aggravate power problems
  • Tetu switches to big-time fish farming
Reject Online Issue 3

The Reject Online newspaper is a bi-monthly online newspaper by the Media Diversity Centre, a project of AWC Features.

The newspaper aims to provide the UNFILTERED, UNINHIBITED... JUST THE GRUESOME TRUTH.

Highlights:

  • Higher coffee prices boomerang on farmers
  • Millions at risk of starvation as food supplies dwindle
  • Education partnership spurs development in Trans Nzoia
  • Bandits, herders threaten tourism in upper Eastern
  • Laikipia's elephant herds no longer at peace
  • Under age girls find business in commercial sex work
  • From the streets to movie making
Reject Online Issue 2

The Reject Online newspaper is a bi-monthly online newspaper by the Media Diversity Centre, a project of AWC Features.

The newspaper aims to provide the UNFILTERED, UNINHIBITED... JUST THE GRUESOME TRUTH.

Highlights

  • Disaster looms as Kenya loses critical resources
  • Borehole drilling a dangerous option
  • Kenya trails as mineral strikes a boon for EA region
  • Death knell sounded on Ukambani's black gold
  • George Adamson immortalised
  • New generation puts Somali culture to test
  • Little girls condemned for granny's 'sin'
  • 'Euro fever' takes its toll on refugees
  • Tradition, taboos and male attitudes blamed for high maternal death ratios
  • Rebirth in sports for reformed gangsters
Reject Online Issue 1

Highlights

  • Drought ravages northern Kenya
  • Children move to the forests as herders search for pasture
  • Power situation worsens as water levels reduce
  • Poverty and culture affect levels of education in Isiolo
  • Case of one village riddled with disability
  • Teen pregnancies set alarm bells ringing
  • Education affected as child labour rises
 
 
 
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