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Water Crisis in Nairobi at Its Worst As Ndakaini Falls to 24 Percent
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Nairobians have been facing a historical water shortage for the last four months now and the situation is getting worse with no ...

Sustainable Energy Expo kicks off promoting Energy Efficiency

Kenya Association of Manufacturers (KAM) together with Ministry of Energy and Petroleum have officially opened the Sustainable Energy Expo which features energy ...

Cases of Child Neglect and Abandonment in Kenya Up Within last Decade

Neglect and abandonment have been identified as the root cause of all other forms of child abuse in Kenya. Over the last ...

Kenya Economic Growth Held Back by Basket of Problems

Kenya has one of the best literacy rates among all countries on the African continent. Kenya’s current literacy rate is around 87% for the ...

Electronic Passport to be Launched in Africa
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An initiative by the East African Union will launch e-passports in Kenya and in other East African countries simultaneously. This is in ...

Industrialization is a Necessity for the Survival and Development of Africa
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In recent years the continent has made some significant strides in all dimensions of economic and human development, comparable with other regions ...

East Africa In Crisis as Pain and Desperation Reign

East Africa is currently experiencing a crisis that has hit the region from many fronts; drought, famine, civil war and terrorism which ...

The Crucial Role of ICT in West Africa’s Economic Growth

The advent of the 21st century has seen a number of technological developments which have affected almost every aspect of our lives. At ...

Need for Better Negotiation Techniques Between Civil Workers and Government
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Workers strike has been for years the only language that the Kenyan government understands in the bid to listen to the workers ...

The Role of Solar Energy in Solving Africa’s Energy Needs

Energy in Africa is a scarce commodity than in the developed world. Electrical provisioning in Africa has generally only reached wealthy, urban ...