More children are likely to survive tuberculosis, the leading infectious disease killer, after Kenya introduces child-friendly medicines on Oct. 1 – the first country in the world to do so. “Now, with the appropriate treatments, we can make rapid progress in finding and treating children with TB so we can achieve a TB free generation,” Kenya’s health minister Cleopa Mailu said in a statement on Tuesday.
California’s Silicon Valley is nearly 10,000 miles from Kenya’s Silicon Savannah but they share a role as innovation hubs for their respective countries. Just as Silicon Valley has transformed business in the United States, Silicon Savannah entrepreneurs are now helping Kenya leapfrog development challenges and plug into the twenty-first-century global economy.
TANZANIA has registered a total of 10 entries in nine categories and nominated for the 23rd Annual World Travel Awards (WTA) in an event planned to take place at Olhuveli Beach and Spa Resort in the Republic of Maldives on December 2.
Kenya’s plan to close the world’s largest refugee camp involves illegal forced repatriations of Somalis. Why is the un helping to carry it out?
For years, Katra Abii dreamed of moving her family back to Somalia. All eight of her children were born in neighboring Kenya, in the world’s largest refugee camp, but she hoped one day they would be able to marry and start families of their own in their home country.
Nine out of 10 people globally are breathing poor quality air, the World Health Organisation saidTuesday, calling for dramatic action against pollution that is blamed for more than six million deaths a year.