Forced sterilisations stoke Kenyan anger - Features - Al Jazeera English
In a tiny classroom in the heart of Kenya’s largest informal settlement, Kibera, it is Rose Njuguna’s turn to speak about what the doctor stole from her.
Rose is a casual labourer, but the reason that brought her and 10 other women together is far graver than her daily struggle to put a meal on the table.
The women have two things in common: they are all HIV-positive and, because of this, they say they were sterilised in different hospitals - without their consent.
“Sometimes I look at other people’s children, and wonder how old my child would be today. I fantasise about being a mother, and the love I would give my baby,” Rose tells the group.