Title Kenya: 1. Where are the following places in relation to each other: Nyeri, Narok Town, Narumoru Town in Nanyuki District and Githima? 2. Are the Mungiki known to be active in these areas? 3. Is the government cracking down on the Mungiki? 4. Are the Mungiki known to hand out letters stating that certain people are members? 5. Do the Mungiki turn against/threaten family members? Are they more likely to target female family members without husbands? 6. How dominant are the Kikuyu in the above areas? 7. Do the authorities protect people threatened with female genital mutilation? 8. Deleted.
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 27 July 2010
Country Kenya
Topics Female genital mutilation (FGM) | Kikuyu | State protection | Women's rights
Citation / Document Symbol KEN37004
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, Kenya: 1. Where are the following places in relation to each other: Nyeri, Narok Town, Narumoru Town in Nanyuki District and Githima? 2. Are the Mungiki known to be active in these areas? 3. Is the government cracking down on the Mungiki? 4. Are the Mungiki known to hand out letters stating that certain people are members? 5. Do the Mungiki turn against/threaten family members? Are they more likely to target female family members without husbands? 6. How dominant are the Kikuyu in the above areas? 7. Do the authorities protect people threatened with female genital mutilation? 8. Deleted., 27 July 2010, KEN37004, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/4f5df65f2.html [accessed 20 April 2014]
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