A Senate committee probing the Solai Dam tragedy has accused the government of covering up owners of the dam which killed 48 people.
A UN human rights group has raised concern over the inappropriate compensation of Solai Dam victims.
Nutrition status of children under five years in Turkana, Marsabit and Tana River has improved due to higher milk consumption, the National Drought Management Authority has said.
The Busia security buffer zone was created by the Kenyan and Ugandan governments to help monitor and maintain security at the entry point.
A special Cabinet meeting chaired by President Uhuru Kenyatta at State House yesterday approved the National Disaster Risk Management policy.
The country’s attempts to protect its forests have been undermining the rights of indigenous people living on the land.
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.
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