Do Kenya’s Camel Handlers Face a Threat From MERS? What We Found
am 28. Mai 2020 um 15:13
[The Conversation Africa] In Kenya, camels are a very popular animal to keep as livestock. There’s value in their meat and milkproducts and as a result, there are now over three million camels in the country.
Relentless Locusts Return in the Midst of COVID-19 Pandemic
am 28. Mai 2020 um 14:56
[Africa Renewal] East Africa hit by a second wave of locusts leaving millions of people food insecure
Hope ‚Shattered‘ for Kenya’s Forest People Three Years After Landmark Ruling
am 28. Mai 2020 um 14:22
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] The African Court on Human and People’s Rights ruled Kenya had violated the Ogiek people’s right to live in the Mau Forest
Statistical Models and Ranger Insights Help Identify Patterns in Elephant Poaching
am 28. Mai 2020 um 14:01
[The Conversation Africa] The illegal wildlife trade is one of the highest value illicit trade sectors globally, threatening both human well-being and biodiversity. A prominent example is ivory poaching, leading to an estimated 30% decline in African elephant populations between 2007 and 2014 and costing African states an estimated US$25 million annually in lost tourism revenues.
Kenya’s Adolescent Women Left Behind As More Married Women Access Contraception
am 28. Mai 2020 um 13:56
[IPS] Nairobi -It was only when 17-year-old Eva Muigai was in her final trimester that her family discovered she was pregnant. Muigai, a form three student who lives with her family in Gachie, Central Kenya, had spent her pregnancy wearing tight bodysuits and loose-fitting clothes that hid her growing baby bump.
Rally Driver Karan Resorts to ESports Racing
am 28. Mai 2020 um 13:46
[Capital FM] Nairobi -While many sporting fans are left wondering just when they will catch a glimpse of their favourite stars back in action, racing fans don’t have to wait any longer as myriad drivers are already at it in online sim racing competitions.
Kenya and Tanzanian Wildlife Rangers in Joint Border Operation to Curb Poaching
am 28. Mai 2020 um 13:44
[Capital FM] Nairobi -The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) has deployed more than 50 community wildlife rangers from Kenya and Tanzania to conduct a joint border patrol to avert cases of poaching.
Massive New Cable Around Continent to Connect 16 African Nations
am 28. Mai 2020 um 13:39
[Balancing Act] London -In July last year Google initiated the Equiano cable. The announcement of the 2Africa cable which involves Facebook completes the second generation cable build announcements. Russell Southwood talked to Ibrahima Ba, Network Investments Lead at Facebook about how it might work.
DP Ruto Allies Ask Kenyatta Not to Forget Their Support Since 2002
am 28. Mai 2020 um 13:30
[Nation] A section of leaders from Deputy President William Ruto’s backyard have waded into the widening rift in Jubilee Party telling President Kenyatta not to forget that he is where he is because of the Kalenjin community’s support.
COVID-19 Forces President Kenyatta to Change Leadership Style
am 28. Mai 2020 um 13:29
[Nation] Covid-19 has changed President Uhuru Kenyatta’s life, but more so, his presidency.