In a resource constrained environment, doctoral supervisors can benefit from professional development courses presented fully online
Women have to push through barriers to access higher education.
Drought-driven humanitarian emergencies can be prevented if groundwater is reliably made available at strategic locations.
As Kenya and Somalia scramble for offshore oil and gas, foreign investors wait eagerly on the sidelines
Many African countries host large numbers of asylum seekers. But should they be held in camps, or be allowed to integrate into cities?
Research shows that children who had preschool education were less likely to drop out of school and have higher levels of literacy when they reach adolescence.
The commercialisation of universities in Kenya poses a serious threat to academic freedom.
Kenya's constitution protects children from all forms of violence, but the country's implementation strategies are weak.
Government leadership is needed to manage the aquifer as a system for all, including environmental services, rather than for the powerful few.
Most Kenyan women were introduced into drug use by male sexual partners in their teenage years.
The country has not had a seat at the Security Council table for 24 years.
The Conversation Africa is expanding in West Africa.
There are huge holes in the governance of Nairobi river and city's waste which means the river's condition has deteriorated.
Mobile loan platforms have given Kenyans access to easy loans, but they come at a high price.
New evidence has made possible a more accurate estimate of how many African personnel have died since the Somalia mission deployed in March 2007.
Kenya announced plans in 2017 for a long-term action plan to end the institutionalisation of children.
Because Helicobacter Pylori is contagious, treating it properly is key to preventing its spread.
New regulations on the use of folklore are a hindrance to local artists.
Midlevel health workers can provide diagnostic and therapeutic services with lower entry qualification requirements and shorter training periods than doctors.
While no deaths have been reported in Ethiopia so far, outbreaks of the mosquito-borne disease spread rapidly and have severe impacts on public health.