Date: Wednesday, July 23, 2014    Time: 7:44  
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Cases of malnutrition alarming South Sudan

Over  13, 270  Children in parts of South Sudan are suffering from shocking rates of malnutrition, the international medical humanitarian organization Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) have revealed. Majority of ...

Governments Urged To Facilitate Women To Embrace Farming Technology

Governments  in  Africa have been challenged to facilitate women to embrace modern technology in farming. AU  Chairperson, Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma has said that governments in Africa have no choice but ...

Governance

Coffee Farmers In Embu Protest Against The Sale Of Society Land

Farmers from Kagaari South coffee cooperative society in Embu have demonstrated protesting against a decision by their society officials to sell land meant for the construction of a coffee factory. The ...

FAO launches County Programme Framework that will guide its work

Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Wednesday launched their Country Programming Framework (CPF) for Kenya that will set priority areas to guide their partnership and support the government at ...

Education

The Illusion of Free Primary Education

School heads are now colluding with management committees in Kisumu County to levy fees to unsuspecting parents in a swift move to beat the government’s 2003 decree of ...

Youth football gets a Boost

Development in youth football got a short in the arm after Mathare Youth Sports Association (MYSA) embarked on a recruitment drive to hire coaches for its new football Academy. The coaches, ...

Business

Coffee Farmers In Embu Protest Against The Sale Of Society Land

Farmers from Kagaari South coffee cooperative society in Embu have demonstrated protesting against a decision by their society officials to sell land meant for the construction of a coffee factory. The ...

FAO launches County Programme Framework that will guide its work

Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Wednesday launched their Country Programming Framework (CPF) for Kenya that will set priority areas to guide their partnership and support the government at ...

Health & Environment

United in fight against HIV/AIDs

A group of HIV positive Christians have proved that Christians of different denominations could forge a united front when faced with a common enemy. The group, known as ‘Good Samaritan’ was ...

400 community health workers trained

Homabay County Government in collaboration with United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF) have trained 4000 community health workers in a bid to address the high diseases burden in the ...

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Sports

Youth football gets a Boost

Development in youth football got a short in the arm after Mathare Youth Sports Association (MYSA) embarked on a recruitment drive to hire coaches for its new football Academy. The coaches, ...

Kenyans suffer defeat at the all Africa interuniversity games

Kenyan university teams suffered humiliating defeats at the ongoing all Africa University Games at the University of Nairobi. In women soccer played at the Kenya science college along Ngong ...

Gender & Children Issues

Narok county focuses on children rights

Despite children rights having been stipulated in the Bill of Rights in the constitution of Kenya, Children from Narok County continue to be subjected to various forms of abuse. According ...

400 community health workers trained

Homabay County Government in collaboration with United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF) have trained 4000 community health workers in a bid to address the high diseases burden in the ...

Wildlife & Tourism

Forests  to  be  given  titles

The  government will acquire title deeds for all its national forests to secure them from potential land grabbers, the Principal Secretary for Environment and Natural Resources, Dr. Richard Lesiyampe has ...

MP calls for investigation of Rhino deaths in private conservancies

A Member of Parliament from Laikipia County has called for an intensive investigation to establish why rhinos are being killed in well secured conservancies in the area. Laikipia north, M.P Mathew ...

Peace/Security

Senator Criticizes Recruiting Officers For Frustrating Candidates On Flimsy Grounds.

Nakuru senator James Kiarie Mungai has blamed officers who oversaw the recently concluded police recruitment in Naivasha for turning away hopeful recruits with brown teeth. Mungai said that brown teeth should ...

Man and Son in court For Defiling 11-year Kin

There was shock and disbelief in a Nyeri Court when a man and his 14-year old son were separately charged with defiling the man's 11-year old daughter. The court was told ...

Opinion

Media  urged  to  bridge  deepening  national  divide

Media urged to bridge deepening national divide

The  National  Steering  Committee on Media Monitoring has called on the media to play a fundamental role in arbitrating between public opinion and the State by bridging the deepening national ...

Christians advised against being lured to devilish lifestyle

The house of God is a holy place which must be respected by all people who profess the Christian faith. These remarks were made on Saturday by evangelist Elkana Mose ...