Researchers Monday called on African governments to develop and implement home grown policies to help reduce air pollution in the emerging mega-cities.
Kenya plans to progressively increase domestic funding for combating malaria in order to eradicate malaria by 2030, an official said on Monday.
Kenyan researchers said on Saturday that they plan to use a combination of new drugs as well as a vaccine in order to end malaria menace in the country.
Pedestrians at a zebra crossing on the busy Mombasa Road. The expressway, once completed, is expected to reduce travel time between Nairobi and Mombasa from the current 10 hours to four hours.
Jane Kisia, a farmer at Korowe village in Nyando, Kisumu county at her maize farm that has been largely invaded by the deadly fall army worms.
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.
Cereals growers in North Rift region, the country's grain basket, are staring at heavy losses due to the re-emergence of the Fall armyworm.
Kenya on Thursday sought public comments before embarking on a national performance trials (NPT) of genetically modified cotton (Bt cotton).
A non-profit organisation plans to issue a 1.5 billion shilling ($15 million) bond this year to fund Kenyan water utilities.
National carrier, Kenya Airways and WheelTug plc, the aircraft e-taxi innovator, have executed a slot agreement for the airline’s fleet of Boeing 737NG aircraft.
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