Kenya is projected to “make a leap forward” in its efforts to end extreme poverty in the next decade.
Researchers from IHE Delft Institute for Water Education alongside their peers from local universities in Uganda and Tanzania have found traces of 25 harmful viruses in surface water in the slums o
As the world celebrated the International Day of Forests on March 21, countries were yet again reminded to push increase efforts to plant more trees and forests.
A light earthquake hit several counties in Kenyan on Sunday, including the capital Nairobi, central and coastal regions.
Botswana's move towards lifting a four year-old hunting ban sparked a global outcry, with particularly the West, expressing serious misgivings.
The United Nations on Thursday launched an international appeal for aid for Zimbabwe following a drought that it expects to affect around a third of the population as crop yields plummet.
Authorities in Ngorongoro Conservation Area are fighting the spread of an invasive elephant grass now spreading to occupy the highlands of the wildlife-rich park.
Zanzibar's anti-malaria campaign is paying off, with research showing a drop in transmission of about 94 per cent.
A study on the impact of Uganda’s unconditional cash transfers to the elderly has found that the monthly social protection programme has reduced poverty among benefiting households.
Kenyan and Tanzania are beneficiaries of a $2 million grant meant to improve law enforcement and strengthen co-operation between key ports in Africa and Asia to foil illegal wildlife trafficking.
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