Each year an estimated 100 000 women have complications during childbirth which leave them with obstetric vaginal fistula.
Baringo county and other areas on the western side of Kenya are struggling to reduce their seasonal malaria caseloads.
Shared toilets have been shown to be linked to poor health outcomes.
Kenya must establish policies to tackle dengue fever and chikungunya, like it did for malaria.
Kenya spends millions treating women who have complications after unsafe abortions.
Kenya's doctors embarked on a strike for a 100 days to push the government to implement a collective bargaining agreement signed in June 2013.
Non-communicable diseases are skyrocketing in Kenya and Uganda. Though the countries’ governments have a responsibility to tackle the problem, individuals need to take action too.
Only 28% of working women across the globe are fully protected by maternity laws that provide for time off work with full pay.
Residents in Nairobi's urban slums are opting for fast food rather than the healthy alternatives, which is increasing their risk of developing diabetes.
Over the last three years Kenya has seen marked improvements in its nutrition-related targets as a result of a national nutrition plan it has implemented.