We looked inside some of the tweets by @PSYGKenya and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
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254. in country Kenya
Since the outbreak of the Pandemic, we have registered worrying trends through the National GBV helpline 1195 that @PSYGKenya operates on a 24/7 basis with the Health Care Assistance Kenya. By end of March alone, GBV cases increased by 33.7% and by June the increase was by 50%. https://t.co/xYL2g31mwY
The COVID 19 Pandemic has drastically affected the socio-economic landscape of women, girls and other vulnerable groups. The crisis threaten social economic gains realized over the years. https://t.co/KeJksvXRKD
I am pleased to join my colleague @BaloziYatani CS National Treasury & Planning for the World Population Day 2020 celebrations being held @KRACare headquarters. This year's theme is Putting the brakes on Covid-19 : How to safe guard the health and rights of women and girls now. https://t.co/UUOR1xI0HH
2/4 @MaryKimonye visited Laikipia & Meru Huduma Centres to assess the safety measures in place as part of the phased approach & the preparedness of the centres for resumption of normal services & officially announced resumption of all services at all @HudumaKenya countrywide. https://t.co/oX4glgr8Ql