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Kenyans Petition the IMF Not To Approve More Loans

On April 6, 2021, strange things happened in Kenya. As the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank Group…

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Insulin at 100: Challenges Faced By Kenyans With Type 1 Diabetes

A new study reveals that insulin can be kept at higher temperatures during the period of use. The study also…

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Covid-19 Variants a Global Headache

  On March 3, 2021, the first 1.02 million doses of the vaccine  were flown into the country. They are…

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Kenyan Catholic Doctors Against Covid-19 Vaccine

Kenya received its first batch of AstraZeneca – Oxford COVID-19 vaccines on February 2, 2021. A few days after the…

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Kenya Needs An All-out War On NCDs

The burden of diseases in Kenya has mainly been from infectious diseases but it is now shifting to Non-Communicable Diseases…

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Engineers Saving The Environment One Block At A Time

Kenya, like many other developing countries is suffering the consequences of plastic waste. It has negatively impacted the environment, polluting…

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Kenya’s Health System Might Take Longer To Recover From COVID-19

Several researchers are assessing the impact of 2020’s Covid-19-related restrictions on healthcare in Kenya. After the virus was first reported…

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Kenya’s Covid-19 Success Depends On Regional Cooperation

This is especially true because of the recent rise in the number of cases among refugees and cross border communities…

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Unclear Laws On Operations Of County Askaris

Moses Wafula, a trader in Bungoma town previously worked as a hawker in Nairobi city. He says, he was attacked…

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Methods of Procurement In Kenya

These are the relevant laws for the methods of public procurement: For cases of procurement it is Part XI section…

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