A Land Degradation Surveillance framework could solve this problem by systematically measuring and tracking indicators of land health in Africa.
New findings show that the numbers of cubs a cheetah is able to rear is lower in areas that receive lots of tourists.
Two decades after terrorists bombed the US embassies in Nairobi and Dar es Salaam, Kenya has implemented a slew of measures to counter terrorism.
Kenya's heavy debt burden is worrisome and could damage its economy in the long-term.
Statistics suggest that the fight against poverty is far from being won in Kenya.
Turkana women weren't properly represented in decisions made between the oil company and community.
Conflict patterns in Africa have changed rapidly in recent years posing a challenge to peace and security.
Kenya needs to complete its national digital land registry to increase transparency and efficiency of the city’s land.
Rape culture in Kenya means that women are often blamed for being victims of assault. This needs to change.
Barack Obama is delivering the Nelson Mandela lecture in a changing world dominated by the often outrageous utterances of his successor, US President Donald Trump.
The impact of cheating is that students aren't properly assessed, don't perform, don't get into university and aren't skilled.
Lake Turkana's status as a World Heritage Site hasn't protected it from environmental threats.
Research shows that cities benefit from car-free days in many ways.
In Maasai communities women have no autonomy to make decisions about their nutrition and that of their children.
Cuban doctors have specific expertise in dealing with diseases like malaria which remains a major problem in Kenya.
Africa has a real challenge when it comes to using academic research and evidence to design policies.
Moving people without taking their social and economic concerns into consideration isn't the way to deal with urban slums.
E-commerce companies should deliberately build systems that are structured to provide supportive business environments for small and medium enterprises.
Getting more children into secondary school in Kenya requires striking a balance between top-down policy and bottom-up implementation.
Kenya may never close Dadaab, but it has good reasons for wishing to do so