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From being property to owning one: A Maasai woman’s struggle for land ...
By Michiel Curfs - March 26, 2022
Across the country, women run three-quarters of its farms, yet only two percent of land titles are held solely by women. And while Kenya has implemented legislation to allow girls to own land, in reality, if women decide to leave their marriages, the outcomes are grim, as cultural attitudes still view women as their husband’s property.

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