Rural communities in Kenya risk losing out on billions in royalties even as the country prepares to draw the first revenue from oil.
A roadside food kiosk proprietor prepares chapatis for his customers' lunch at Arina estate in Kisumu on May 10,2017.
The study involved researchers from Tenwek hospital, US National Cancer Institute, University of Missouri and Mayo Clinic.
One in every two Kenyans is unemployed, with new data on the country’s job market laying bare the daily struggles of millions of the country’s population.
The Government will spend Sh5 billion in the next five years to improve food security and access to nutrition.
A young black couple outdoors, outside their home. They are standing, arms around each other, smiling. The woman is overweight. The man is mixed race Caucasian and African American.
Researchers unearth HIV/Aids transmission puzzle At greatest risk are infants whose infected mothers are not on treatment, babies not on preventive drugs, and those on mixed breastfeeding The study
The polluted waters of Nairobi rivers may be turning city men, boys, and pigs impotent, suggests several studies from the University of Nairobi.
Kenya is on course to reduce the effects of climate change, the Government has said.
The leaders of Tanzania and Uganda on Saturday laid a foundation stone for the construction of a Sh360.5 billion crude export pipeline that would pump Ugandan oil for international markets.
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