Kipchoge, Kenyatta wafanya mazoezi Ikulu, katika uzinduzi wa Beyond Zero

Mama wa Taifa Margaret Kenyatta alijumuika na bingwa wa olimpiki wa mbio za masafa marefu Eliud Kipchoge kwenye ikulu ya Nairobi katika uzinduzi wa mbio za Beyond Zero.

Hafla ya Beyond Zero Half Marathon inatarajiwa kufanyika Machi tarehe 8, 2020 jijini Nairobi.

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Katika uzinduzi huo, Mama wa taifa alidhihirisha kujitolea kimasomaso katika kutetea huduma za afya kwa watoto na wanawake kote nchini.

Aidha, Margaret Kenyatta alifanya mazoezi ya riadha katika ikulu pamoja na Eliud Kipchoge na mkewe Grace mwendo wa asubuhi.


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Mama wa taifa pia alitangaza kuongezwa kwa nafasi za watakaonufaika na ufadhili wa masomo kutoka 100 hadi 200 hapo mwakani.

Alisema kuwa fedha zitakazo changishwa katika hafla hiyo zitatumika kuimarisha vifaa vya kliniki pamoja na ujenzi wa maeneo ya kimatibabu ya Beyond zero.

Miongoni mwa waliokuwapo ni mawaziri Amina Mohammed na Margaret Kobia pamoja na Seneta Beth Mugo na  Ida Odinga mkewe kiongozi wa upinzani Raila Odinga.








‘Who is Margaret Kenyatta’s stylist’a question many Kenyans ask

Many Kenyans have always wondered who Margaret Kenyatta’s stylist is as she has been seen in many occasions impressing everyone with her exquisite sense of fashion. With her love for African attire, she has greatly influenced other world leaders who have been spotted wearing attires with African prints during different occasions.

Whoever is behind her gorgeous styles, is a fashion icon.

Take a look at a number of African dresses which she rocked and blew us all off our feet.






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Beyond Zero campaign gets Sh20 million boost

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First lady Margaret Kenyatta on Thursday , received a sh 10 million fully equipped mobile clinic and cheques worth a similar amount at State House, Nairobi from companies and individuals to support ‘Beyond Zero’ campaign.

The First Lady thanked the donors and expressed optimism that the cause she is championing with their support will succeed in ensuring a better future for mothers and children.

“The support received from corporate companies and individuals is amazing. We are conducting the charity campaign as Kenyans in support of the less privileged in society. Am confident we will succeed,” the First Lady said.

Representatives of the various companies pledged to join the First Lady in next month’s Nairobi marathon that aims at creating awareness and raising funds for the remaining 27 mobile clinics.

The mobile clinic was donated by the Bank of Africa – Kenya through the group chairman Mohammed Bennani who pledged continued support for the ‘Beyond Zero’ campaign.

Pinkie Fouche on behalf of her company, Crown Beverages, donated Sh 4 million.

Bamburi Cement, through Corporate Affairs and Communication Director Susan Maingi, donated Sh 1.5 million. She said the ‘Beyond Zero’ campaign has an amazing impact.

De La Rue Company and Parapet Cleaning Services donated Sh 1million each.

De La Rue chief executive David Hepple described the First Lady’s campaign as ‘a wonderful cause’.

Parapet’s Alex Mugo said a team from the company will be joining the First Lady in next month’s Nairobi marathon.

Other donors were James Kiruri and family Sh 650,000, Aga Khan school Sh 600,000 and Kenindia Assurance Company Sh 500,000.

The First Lady held talks with the Executive Director of Project C.U.R.E. Arizona Ms. Kate Mabardy who paid her a courtesy call at State House Nairobi. Ms. Mabardy was accompanied by senior officials of a local sister company, Friends of Africa International chairman Bonnie Bishop and Dr. Ernest Mureithi.

Ms. Mabardy said her organization, operating in 130 countries, is a supplier of donated medical supplies and equipment to developing countries around the world.

The First Lady and Project C.U.R.E officials discussed areas of collaboration in the ‘Beyond Zero’ initiative to improve on the health of mothers and children.

First Lady awarded UN person of the year-here is her acceptance speech

I am truly honored to be named the recipient of this highly regarded and prestigious award.

I am humbled with the recognition that you confer on me today, and I would like to dedicate this award to ALL of You, The Kenyan Men and Women who join me every day in the fight to reduce maternal and early childhood deaths …. we are not there yet but we shall get ‘Beyond Zero’.

Ending preventable maternal and newborn deaths in our country is not a choice, it is a necessity.

For too long, the prospect of childbirth in Kenya to thousands of women has been tantamount to a death sentence. This is not acceptable. It must stop.

Childbirth should be a joyous moment for families and communities, not a period of loss and mourning.

Earlier this year, I had the privilege of leading a team in the ‘Beyond Zero’ campaign which targets the reduction of maternal and newborn mortality.

To date, we have delivered seven (7) fully kitted mobile clinics to Taita Taveta, Narok, Isiolo, Homa Bay, Wajir, Baringo and Samburu counties. These are Counties that have some of the highest maternal and newborn mortality rates in the country.

I am committed to ensuring that each of our 47 counties has a fully-equipped mobile clinic because no more women should die while giving life, and no more babies should die from preventable causes.

It has been demonstrated through the kind donations of many well-wishers to the Beyond Zero Campaign, that public–private partnerships go a long way in supporting improvement of the health status of women and children.

Reducing maternal deaths requires a concerted multi-sectoral investment, hence there are other social determinants that we must address including education, especially of girls, gender equality, roads, infrastructure, sanitation and clean water among many others.

I want to sincerely thank the United Nations family as a whole, for supporting our cause.

Your support, together with the support of many others, is saving and transforming the lives of many Kenyan women and children.

In equal measure I would like to thank our WORLD class athletes, including the lovely old grandmother who ran with me in Iten, all those who gave us moral and material support during our memorable run in London, my team and the unwavering support of His Excellency the President and my family…..

But most importantly, I would like to thank all the thousands of Kenyans who joined me in my half-marathon here in Nairobi and I look forward to you joining me next year as we continue running until we achieve our goal.

Your continued commitment will change the lives of Kenya’s women and children!

I thank you once again for this profound honor,

Asanteni sana!