The book is about the perception of affirmative action on women recruitment and career development. It investigates the feelings from both gender on this issue. It bases its study on a community in athe Mid-Western part of Kenya, Eldoret. The feelings of both men and women on the plight of women, issues of inequality, and the imbalance of job and opportunity placements in society were sought. Affirmative action, this study concludes is still a fluid situation with lots of room to improve in terms of perception and support, from men, women and in actuality the governments of the day, which often have been all along been dominated by a high presence of the male gender. As found out affirmative action is a movement that is widely accepted as an ambitious attempt to put right long history of gender discrimination. Men and women in Kenya supports affirmative action and agreed in unison that it should be put in practice fully in recruitment. A lot of changes in attitude is and will continue to be required to bring about a semblance of fair treatment, balance and consideration of women as equal partners in a society whose perception of a woman’s place in society greatly lags behind.