RESIDENTS of Nairobi are at the highest risk of acquiring respiratory diseases.
The Ogiek and other indigenous communities will now be allowed back to forests for activities the government deems compatible with conservation.
The Adventist Development and Relief Agency will spend Sh48.1 million to put up a water scheme in Mwingi.
Addis Ababa — A United Nations mission is due to take place this month to assess the impact of Ethiopia's massive Gilgel Gibe III hydroelectric power project on the Omo River which feeds Lake Turka
THE Migori county government has been praised for its efforts to control the cholera outbreak.
The disease broke out in February, killing 10 people.
A fire has destroyed 150 acres of forest in Lugari subcounty.
Lugari zonal forest manager Stanley Mwangi said the fire was started by unknown people.
The World Wide Fund for Nature (Kenya) has launched the Lion Lights project in Emarti village, Kajiado.
The project aims to reduce increasing human-wildlife conflicts.
Kenya should invest in smart agricultural practices to mitigate its exposure to climate change which has affected production, hampered food security and fight against poverty, a new World Bank repo
More than 81,000 people, including students, in Taita Taveta county are starving due to drought.
Eighty four-year-old Kalekye Kyundua has depended on firewood for domestic use in her lifetime.
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