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1. Kenyan Women By: Jenna 2. About Me:  I am a second year nursing student at MSUM  This past year I had the opportunity to play tennis for Minnesota State…
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  • 1. Kenyan Women By: Jenna
  • 2. About Me:  I am a second year nursing student at MSUM  This past year I had the opportunity to play tennis for Minnesota State University Moorhead Dragons.  My current status with a social life consists of my textbooks as my best friends.  I hold the position as a Nursing Assistant at a local nursing home and work as PRN status (as needed)
  • 3. My Interests:  I have been interested in different cultures and the healthcare that they give to citizens  Lately I’ve had interest in nursing work out of the country where I can gain a further understanding of different cultures.  During the summer I hope I can find some spare time and head out to the lakes.  My favorite lake sport is wakeboarding.
  • 4. About Kenya:  Kenya is a country in East Africa lying along the Indian Ocean bordered by Uganda, Lake Victoria, Sudan, Tanzania, Somalia, and Ethiopia.  Second to English, Swahili is the next most prominent language.  Kenya is currently a presidential representative democratic republic ran by president Mwai Kibaki.  The population of Kenya ranges around 31,639,000 people
  • 5. Kenyan Women  Most women live among rural areas  Women tend to lack educational advantages  Women tend to lose dominancy over the household thus giving it to the male of the household whether it’s the father figure or the male spouse.  Discrimination among women
  • 6. Discrimination of Women:  Gender discrimination against women  In general society  Among politics  Unfair employment  Decrease in education  Decreasing support among health care
  • 7. Patriarchal  Definition: male is head of family and basic order of household  This leaves women of Kenya as a second class among citizenship.  In the household the women will have minimal decisions related to their lives.  These decisions become apparent in sexual relations, violence, family matter, and much more.
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