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Communities living around Dunga beach on Lake Victoria in western Kenya will soon convert the hyacinth and organic waste into clean green energy, thanks to biodigesters that are to be installed at
Kenya has set aside $50 million in the next financial year, starting July, to mitigate the effects of drought and floods that are now considered national disasters.
Big Life Foundation, which operates in northern Tanzania where human-wildlife conflict has resulted in retaliatory killing of lions, is among six organisations in Africa that have been selected for
Scientists could soon tell actual agricultural greenhouse gas emissions in sub-Saharan Africa by testing different animal feeds.
Surprising as this may sound, malnutrition and obesity are co-existing in the same households, says a global study on Africa’s feeding habits.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has made a business case for how it plans to support immunisation in Africa.
Researchers at the Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA) in Tanzania have launched a digital application to monitor the spread infectious diseases.
Kenya is on Friday set to launch its first locally made Ksh100 million (about $1m) satellite, officially marking the country’s venture into space science.
Kenya will not be certified polio-free this year as planned as live viruses have been found in sewage samples collected from Nairobi.
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