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To be a woman is already a feat, to be a woman who effectively balances her business careers and mother’s career is twice a feat.

That why at Women eNews Kenya we have a News crew that provides coverage to Women, we attend media events and return back to our office with a business story about Kenyan Women.

Above all, we seek Women’s expert opinion on business matters.

News on women in business, get it here at Women eNews Kenya, A Voice for Kenyan Woman


KEPSA In A 4 Year Deal With KIM To Train Youth

Posted on 2011/09/08 by Women eNews Kenya |

Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA) today signed a contract agreement with the Kenya Institute of Management (KIM) to train youth interns under the Kenya Youth Empowerment Project (KYEP).

The ceremony was presided over by Carole Kariuki, KEPSA Chief Executive Officer and David Muturi, KIM Chief Executive Officer…Read More


Africa’s Most Successful Women: Njeri Rionge

Posted on 2011/08/16 by Women eNews Kenya

In East African business circles, few entrepreneurs shine brighter than Njeri Rionge. One of Kenya’s most successful and revered serial entrepreneurs, Rionge has co-founded multi-million dollar companies in quick succession. She co-founded Wananchi Online, a leading Internet service provider which has gone on to become East Africa’s leading cable…Read More

American-Kenyan Health & Wellness Conference

Posted on 2011/08/03 by Women eNews Kenya
After a successful introduction in Nigeria, the US Medical Tourism phenomenon moves to the Eastern Africa Region, with a launch set for the 5th of August in Nairobi Kenya.
This is seen as a regional forum featuring participants from across the East, Central and Southern Africa. The US Medical Tourism agenda the Eastern Africa Region, with a launch set for the 5th of August in Nairobi Kenya. .. Read More



One Response

  1. Business women in Kenya are pioneers looking to change decades of a male-dominated society. Lately, women business owners in Kenya have had to work even harder. Thanks to generator breakdowns and the worst drought in the Horn of Africa in 60 years, blackouts and frequent power cuts have become common in Kenya. As a result, costs are soaring. Among the groups most affected are women who own small businesses. After putting in years of hard work to build their businesses and become financially independent, some say power cuts are threatening everything they’ve worked for.

    Read more: http://globalpressinstitute.org/global-news/africa/kenya/drought-power-cuts-and-soaring-costs-squeeze-women-business-owners-kenya#ixzz1Zpx1tvs1

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