Fellows & Editors

 

Lynn Schreiber

Trip:
Kenya 2012
Affiliation:
Salt and Caramel; Jump! Magazine
Country:
Kenya
Year:
2012
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Lynn C. Schreiber is a UK-based writer and blogger who has lived and worked in several European countries. She has a particular interest in the rights of women and children and in 2012 launched Jump! Magazine, an online resource for pre-teen girls. She worked closely with the UK parenting website Mumsnet as the Blogger’s Network Coordinator for the Miscarriage Care Campaign and the We Believe You/Rape Awareness Campaign. She is currently working on a book project giving advice to users of social media, which is due for publication at the end of the year.

Stories

  • One Reason Kenyan Girls in Poor Areas Don’t Go to School

    {image-1} Keeping girls in school is a vital part of any international aid program. It's an issue important to highlight today, on the first ever United Nations International Day of the...

  • A Tale of Two Women

    This week I will be blogging from the London Summit on Family Planning, organised by the UK government and the Gates Foundation. The ambitious aim is to provide family planning methods to...

  • Saving Kenyan Lives

    Gordon Okal Owera is a 26-year-old teacher from a small village in Kenya. We visited him last week with the woman who saved his life. It is not an exaggeration; Pamela cajoled,...

  • Living (HIV) Positively

    Jasinta lives with the knowledge that she has HIV. She was diagnosed in 2009 but kept it a secret, even from her husband. ‘I lived in stigma and denial’, she told...

  • People Not Numbers

    One million. Can you visualize one million people? The Kenyan population is growing at a rate of 1m people a year, and is in danger of slowing the positive development of the...

  • Kenya, a Country of Contrasts

    We arrived at Joma airport late last night. It was dark so my first impressions of Nairobi were that it seemed like any other large city. The first sign that things were...

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