CUSTODY OF MINORS IN KENYA

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Feb 27
Section 81 (1) of the Children Act define custody with respect to a child to mean so much of the parental rights and duties as relate to the possession of the child. The custody order is often given by a court where the couple fails to agree on custody. Custody

SUPPORT AND MAINTENANCE OF A CHILD BORN OUT OF WEDLOCK AND THE LEGAL POSITION IN KENYA

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Feb 10
INTRODUCTION Earlier on before the promulgation of the Kenyan Constitution 2010, no right on support and maintenance of a child born out of wedlock accrued on the father where there was no legal relationship between the mother and the father. The only remedy that the mother had was in the

2015 FORM ONE SELECTION

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Feb 04
With the introduction of free primary education in 2003, gross enrollment of children in schools rose to 103%. This was also seen in free secondary education program. This was so commendable as it complied with the principles of basic education as set in international instruments that Kenya is signatory to.

WOMEN LAND RIGHTS IN RELATION TO CHILDREN’S WELFARE

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Jan 23
INTRODUCTION Land is the most important asset for people in Kenya because majority of people depend in agriculture for their livelihood. Land has been the source of identity, cultural heritage and an important source of security against poverty in Kenya. However, land ownership in Kenya is patriarchal, in that men

CUSTODY OF MINORS IN KENYA

Section 81 (1) of the Children Act define custody with respect to a child to mean so much of the parental rights and duties as relate to the possession of the child. The custody order is often given by a court where the couple fails to agree on custody. Custody

CUSTODY OF MINORS IN KENYA

afcic   
No Comments
Feb 27
Section 81 (1) of the Children Act define custody with respect to a child to mean so much of the parental rights and duties as relate to the possession of the child. The custody order is often given by a court where the couple fails to agree on custody. Custody

SUPPORT AND MAINTENANCE OF A CHILD BORN OUT OF WEDLOCK AND THE LEGAL POSITION IN KENYA

afcic   
No Comments
Feb 10
INTRODUCTION Earlier on before the promulgation of the Kenyan Constitution 2010, no right on support and maintenance of a child born out of wedlock accrued on the father where there was no legal relationship between the mother and the father. The only remedy that the mother had was in the

2015 FORM ONE SELECTION

afcic   
No Comments
Feb 04
With the introduction of free primary education in 2003, gross enrollment of children in schools rose to 103%. This was also seen in free secondary education program. This was so commendable as it complied with the principles of basic education as set in international instruments that Kenya is signatory to.

WOMEN LAND RIGHTS IN RELATION TO CHILDREN’S WELFARE

afcic   
No Comments
Jan 23
INTRODUCTION Land is the most important asset for people in Kenya because majority of people depend in agriculture for their livelihood. Land has been the source of identity, cultural heritage and an important source of security against poverty in Kenya. However, land ownership in Kenya is patriarchal, in that men

SUPPORT AND MAINTENANCE OF A CHILD BORN OUT OF WEDLOCK AND THE LEGAL POSITION IN KENYA

INTRODUCTION Earlier on before the promulgation of the Kenyan Constitution 2010, no right on support and maintenance of a child born out of wedlock accrued on the father where there was no legal relationship between the mother and the father. The only remedy that the mother had was in the

CUSTODY OF MINORS IN KENYA

afcic   
No Comments
Feb 27
Section 81 (1) of the Children Act define custody with respect to a child to mean so much of the parental rights and duties as relate to the possession of the child. The custody order is often given by a court where the couple fails to agree on custody. Custody

SUPPORT AND MAINTENANCE OF A CHILD BORN OUT OF WEDLOCK AND THE LEGAL POSITION IN KENYA

afcic   
No Comments
Feb 10
INTRODUCTION Earlier on before the promulgation of the Kenyan Constitution 2010, no right on support and maintenance of a child born out of wedlock accrued on the father where there was no legal relationship between the mother and the father. The only remedy that the mother had was in the

2015 FORM ONE SELECTION

afcic   
No Comments
Feb 04
With the introduction of free primary education in 2003, gross enrollment of children in schools rose to 103%. This was also seen in free secondary education program. This was so commendable as it complied with the principles of basic education as set in international instruments that Kenya is signatory to.

WOMEN LAND RIGHTS IN RELATION TO CHILDREN’S WELFARE

afcic   
No Comments
Jan 23
INTRODUCTION Land is the most important asset for people in Kenya because majority of people depend in agriculture for their livelihood. Land has been the source of identity, cultural heritage and an important source of security against poverty in Kenya. However, land ownership in Kenya is patriarchal, in that men

2015 FORM ONE SELECTION

With the introduction of free primary education in 2003, gross enrollment of children in schools rose to 103%. This was also seen in free secondary education program. This was so commendable as it complied with the principles of basic education as set in international instruments that Kenya is signatory to.

CUSTODY OF MINORS IN KENYA

afcic   
No Comments
Feb 27
Section 81 (1) of the Children Act define custody with respect to a child to mean so much of the parental rights and duties as relate to the possession of the child. The custody order is often given by a court where the couple fails to agree on custody. Custody

SUPPORT AND MAINTENANCE OF A CHILD BORN OUT OF WEDLOCK AND THE LEGAL POSITION IN KENYA

afcic   
No Comments
Feb 10
INTRODUCTION Earlier on before the promulgation of the Kenyan Constitution 2010, no right on support and maintenance of a child born out of wedlock accrued on the father where there was no legal relationship between the mother and the father. The only remedy that the mother had was in the

2015 FORM ONE SELECTION

afcic   
No Comments
Feb 04
With the introduction of free primary education in 2003, gross enrollment of children in schools rose to 103%. This was also seen in free secondary education program. This was so commendable as it complied with the principles of basic education as set in international instruments that Kenya is signatory to.

WOMEN LAND RIGHTS IN RELATION TO CHILDREN’S WELFARE

afcic   
No Comments
Jan 23
INTRODUCTION Land is the most important asset for people in Kenya because majority of people depend in agriculture for their livelihood. Land has been the source of identity, cultural heritage and an important source of security against poverty in Kenya. However, land ownership in Kenya is patriarchal, in that men

WOMEN LAND RIGHTS IN RELATION TO CHILDREN’S WELFARE

INTRODUCTION Land is the most important asset for people in Kenya because majority of people depend in agriculture for their livelihood. Land has been the source of identity, cultural heritage and an important source of security against poverty in Kenya. However, land ownership in Kenya is patriarchal, in that men