Kenya has done a great deal to prevent and manage terror attacks but there are still many problems that need to be addressed.
Foreign press took away the dignity from victims killed in the Nairobi terror attacks by publishing their pictures.
Kenya is attacked far more than Ethiopia or other eastern African states by al-Shabaab militants.
Tungiasis, a disease caused by fleas, is neglected and needs action in sub-Saharan Africa.
Too many African countries believe Beijing when they are told in negotiations that they must take it or leave it.
The value of green technologies and systems is that they are largely decentralised or semi-decentralised.
Medium-scale farms are an important driver of agricultural and rural transformation in much of Africa.
Well resourced and empowered nurses could help to quickly spread universal health care.
Self-examination DNA collection techniques can help women bring the perpetrators of sexual violence to justice.
In Kenya nearly 120,000 women are treated in health facilities each year for complications arising from unsafe abortions
When the Aral Sea dried up, it was called the "world's worst environmental disaster". We're witnessing its equivalent in Africa.
Teenage girls in Kenya who fall pregnant either drop out of school or risk unsafe abortions.
A study in Kenya found that the lower men ranked themselves in society, the more violent they were with their intimate partners.
Disinformation in Africa often takes the form of extreme speech inciting violence and spreading racist, misogynous, xenophobic messages.
Women in developing countries are burdened by the lack of access to proper toilets in their homes, communities, schools and public spaces.
Research shows that Aspirin could reduce the number of HIV infections in women at high risk for HIV, such as Kenyan female sex workers.
The jihadi initiative remains a loose political force in Kenya. This is dangerous for a few reasons.
The threat to use force to defend Egypt's right to water from the Nile has been a common theme through successive governments.
We don't have the data in developing countries, and in global statistics to know if the digital divide is being closed.
Weary Kenyans are entitled to wonder if the latest referendum push will be any different from the past two.