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March 2006
Mothering;Mar/Apr2006, Issue 135, p88
The article focuses on Agnes Pareyio, who was named Person of the Year by the UN in Kenya, for her vast contribution towards promoting gender equality and empowerment of women in Kenya in October 2005.


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