Kenya: Beads of Bondage - How beads are used to ‘book’ Samburu girls into sexual relationships

Beading is a practice in the Samburu indigenous community of Kenya which involves the sexual engagement and exploitation of girls as young as nine years old by male relatives.

Download the newsletter by Kenyan organisation Samburu Women for Education and Development Programme (SWEEDO) to find out more.

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Date: 30/04/2012

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