Countries in East Africa are formulating formulating a common mechanism for handling agro-chemicals and pesticides amid hurdles in trade and concerns around health and environment safety.
Cereal farmers in Rwanda have been warned to remain alert for a resurgence of the fall armyworm invasion.
For the fourth time in two hours, Maureen Esau makes a trip to her water tank.
Rwanda remains the safest country for mothers and their newborns in East Africa, a report by the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund indicates.
Kenya has revised its contraceptive prevalence rate to 66 per cent by 2030 and 70 per cent by 2050 following a rise in the use of modern contraceptives.
Kenyan health officials have issued an alert after samples taken from patients in Laikipia County, central Kenya, suffering from flu confirmed the presence of H1N1 prototype 9 influenza virus.
Three Francophone countries have joined the Elephant Protection Initiative, an Africa-led conservation initiative to eradicate ivory trade and stop the slaughter of the continent’s elephants by poa
Dennis Musyoka was singing in a choir in Kitui, a town 180km east of Nairobi, last Sunday when he suddenly collapsed and died.
Cases of medical negligence have increased sharply in the past few years, raising concern about the level of professionalism in the country’s medical sector.
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