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Kenya faces the worst drought in 38 years

“The dry weather witnessed in the long rains season from March to May will be the worst in 38 years,…

Kenyan hospital staff infected with cholera

“The number of Nairobi Hospital staff infected with cholera has risen to 52.” https://allafrica.com/stories/201904180597.html You may also be interested in:…

Outbreaks and emergencies

Cholera (=) in week 13 cholera was monitored in 6 countries, in week 14 it was monitored in Cameroon, DRC,…

Kenya: National Drama and Film Festival kicked off

On 3rd April, the Kenya National Drama and Film Festival opened at Kibabii University (Bungoma). The themes risen on the…

Kenya On the Spot As Cheating At Varsity Hits Worrying Levels

Kenya “is described as a hotbed of academic dishonesty, where jobless graduates are minting millions of shillings writing thesis and…

The Tree Helping Kenyan Farmers Beat Drought and Poverty

“Called mukau by locals, the Melia volkensii tree is known for thriving in drylands, and provides thick shade that protects…

Museveni Tours Mombasa Port, Takes Four-Hour Train Ride

“On the second day of his state visit to Kenya, President Museveni was taken on a tour of the Mombasa…

Cheap Ugandan Sugar Exports to Kenya Rise Sharply

“Sugar shipped from Uganda to Kenya grew 30 times in February compared with the same period last year in what…

Lowering the Age of Sexual Consent Talk Divides Kenyans

Kenyan judges said that “there is need to amend the Sexual Offences Act because some sections can lead to injustice…

Kenya: Turkana Drought: Citizens Must Hold Their Leaders Accountable and Demand for More

“With the hashtag, #Turkanadrought, Kenyan citizens are posting their thoughts about the ongoing drought in Turkana. Importantly, they are demanding accountability…

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