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British American Tobacco Defies Kenya’s Health Laws

British American Tobacco (BAT-Kenya) may have bribed public officials to frustrate the execution of tobacco control laws, research by UK’s…

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Kenya’s First Female Chief Justice Declares War On Corruption

Like a colossus, Chief Justice (CJ) Martha Koome stands out as Kenya’s first female head of the judiciary. She has…

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A Kenyan Scientist Accurately Predicts COVID-19 Surges

Dr. Shem Sam, a Researcher, and Infectious Disease Modelling Expert from the University of Nairobi’s School of Mathematics, has developed…

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Mombasa Drug Dens: Insecurity and Political Unrest

If you walk or drive along the Mombasa-Malindi highway, you will easily spot a group of people seated on stones…

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Resilience of Deaf Mothers Amidst COVID-19

Jane Awuor is a Deaf single mother who is in her early thirties.  The company she used to work for…

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Kenyan Scientists: Why We Need To Make Our Own Vaccines

By August 1, 2021, only three in every 100 Kenyans had received a COVID-19 vaccine, according to the Ministry of…

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Maasais Conserving Wildlife Outside Nairobi National Park

By Carolyne Oyugi and Gabriel Grimsditch On August 1,2021, the Naretunoi Community Conservancy will be marking one year since it…

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Empakasi Group Ranch: Conservation Land Stolen By Government

Naretunoi Community Conservancy (NCC) is yet another victim of the Kenyan Government’s continuous disobedience of court orders and disregard for…

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Kenyans Can Sue Political Parties For Illegal Registrations

Anne Nderitu , the Registrar of Political Parties ,shared a link through which  members of the public could verify their…

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Homa Bay Teaching and Referral Hospital: A Death Trap For Patients

The Homa Bay County Health Service Committee (HBCHSC) members are concerned that the hospital is not in a condition where…

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