Under the scorching sun in Kenya’s Turkana located about 700 km from Nairobi, a group of women have slowly been leading a green revolution amid a biting drought that has affected both animals and c
Sophie Kemuma, a commercial dairy farmer in Kaptembwa area in Nakuru County in northwest Kenya describes the current dry spell as a totally different and unique situation for her.
When she wants to know what seed variety to grow, Josephine Mutuku would take up her smartphone, open an app and types in the name of the crop and its region of cultivation.
A disaster is looming in Zimbabwe following a severe drought that has left most of the planted maize crop for the current season either moisture-stressed or being declared a write-off.
Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) wishes to notify the public that the ongoing dry spell being experienced in most parts of the country is displacing wildlife from their traditional habitats in search o
Uganda’s capital Kampala is experiencing a Cholera outbreak which has left eight people admitted to an isolation center, a ministry of health official said here on Tuesday.
Inside the power house at Isimba Hydropower Plant in the central Ugandan district of Kayunga, engineers subject the first unit of the plant to tests before the official commissioning slated for lat
Tanzanian government on Sunday announced to conduct a six-month operation to remove invaders from the forests and reserved areas across the east African nation.
Kenya is drafting a policy to track achievement of United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), officials said on Tuesday.
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