User talk:Njeri Muturi
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Hi, Njeri! Looks like you've duplicated the depleted community article into the Gender Disparities in Kenyan Education one. Did you mean to do so? Do you need help deleted the Kenyan one? If you're planning to draft the gender disparities article, I recommend doing so in your sandbox first, as we don't want to copy other Wikipedia articles in the article namespace. Please let me know if you need help! Jami (Wiki Ed) (talk) 21:15, 19 March 2014 (UTC)
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Hi ! I've read that you wanted to do an article on gender inequalities in Kenya. It sounds cool, even if I doubt that the topic is wide/notable enough to make a wiki article without falling into Original Research. Anyway, I'm currently working on education in Ghana, where gender disparities is also a challenge. The little I have written about it is based on this article. It is focused on Ghana, but there are some comparisons with other African countries and useful references to other academic studies. I thought it might be of some help ! KaptainIgloo (talk) 14:38, 12 June 2014 (UTC)
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