Many Kenyan women are challenging patriarchal power structures. They question stereotyped roles and want to reduce the gender-related in­equality that affects even the private sphere of the family.

Patriarchy is a system that oppresses, exploits and commodifies women (their bodies, lives and sexuality), and women’s work (formal and informal, overwork as well as the type of work and working cond樂威壯 itions); and deprives them of access to common goods (resources, water, land, environmental protectio日本藤素 n, and food sovereignty). Patriarchy is also engrained in many traditions and norms, which are often used to maintain this hierarchy and power.

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