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This project focused on analysis of gender perspectives in the implementation of the millennium development goals (MDGs) in developing countries.
The objective of the study are four fold: to establish extent to which feminization of poverty has been sustained by gender insensitive practices in Kenya; to assess the extent to which millennium development goals (3) principles have been integrated and mainstreamed in Kenya’s national development policies and programs; to examine public awareness about millennium development goal 3 and extent of their involvement in the advancement of its principles and;to explain the obtaining gaps, challenges and disharmony in the implementation of the millennium development goal 3 in Kenya.
The study is guided by the feminism theory, which aims not only to understand the nature of the inequality but also seeks to promote women rights.
The study exposes a number of initiatives by the Kenya government to enhance gender equality.The study confirms the hypotheses that the external origin of MGD 3 and the general lack of commitment among state and non state actors have affected the programmes implementation process in Kenya.
Rebecca Mwara Kangara is a holder of Master’s Degree in Diplomacy and International studies from the University of Nairobi and a B.A Degree in Community Development from Daystar University.
She is currently a Part time lecturer at Maasai Mara University, Narok.
She is a member of the Federation of Women Educationists FAWE -Kenya Chapter.
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