Kenya is among five countries that will receive insurance cover for farmers suffering losses caused by weather-related disasters.

A report accusing Base Titanium mining company of disregard of rights and skewed benefits sharing with mine operations host communities in Kwale, has been dismissed by the company as "mostly incorr

The water level in the Ndakaini Dam has risen to 46 per cent, giving hope to many city residents who have had to contend with rationing.

Heavy rains and floods have heightened cholera and chikungunya outbreaks across Kenya, the UN says in its report.

Makueni County is seeking to surpass the nationwide target of having 10% forest-cover by the year 2030 by engaging in an enhanced tree planting exercise that will involve all households in the coun

A damning report on the state of forests and logging has revealed how the forests' custodian - the Kenya Forest Service - has destroyed swathes of precious trees countrywide.

Importation of timber and timber products has not been banned, the government clarified yesterday.

Livestock farmers risk losing between Sh34 billion to Sh68 billion due to drought and other effects of climate change, a study has revealed.

Most farmers in Kenya are struggling with useless chemicals or traditional methods like applying of tobacco dust on maize leaves to control the fall armyworm.

Agriculture is grappling with many pests already, and as USAid's Regina Eddy says, the armyworm is unique in that it is resistant to many conventional pesticides.

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