High costs, poor performance, a lack of manufacturing capabilities and local perceptions prevent biodegradable bags from taking root in Kenya.
Stronger malaria prevention like a vaccine is urgently needed for effective response in endemic regions.
Breastfeeding has many health benefits for both baby and mother. But it can also can be difficult to sustain exclusively without support.
It's very easy to assume climate change causes droughts, but they are complex extreme events that result from a combination of drivers.
Although some complain that the differences between Kenyatta and Odinga are more rhetorical than real, one thing is clear: Kenyans have a real choice to make at the ballot box.
The gender-equity rule in Kenya's constitution offers an opportunity to remedy past wrongs. But the country's parliament is dragging its feet in implementing it.
Sub-Saharan Africa is one of the hot spots of Christian higher education growth worldwide, a trend that can be observed across the continent.
Palliative care improves the quality of life for patients and families facing problems associated with life threatening illnesses.
Kenyans should be demanding to know if the country is ready or able to offer free secondary education given past failures.
The plastic bag ban doesn't consider the impact it will have on Kenya's economy or consider other environmental alternatives.
Clear court procedures are required to guarantee confidentiality, safety, and dignity for victims of highly stigmatising cases, such as sexual abuse.
Older people require both psychological and nutritional support during drought and famine. Kenya needs to implement a comprehensive public health response that assists during emergency situations.
If the G20 is to remain relevant in the quest for more inclusive and fair global governance, Africa offers an historic opportunity for collective action, despite the absence of the US under Trump.
Demonstration farms are a key way in which new knowledge can be transferred to farmers around the world.
Kenya must address the problem of tribalism and ethnic violence. To do this leaders must critically examine the concept of political ideology.
Infection of wounds for surgery patients is on the rise in developing countries. A shorter dose of antibiotics is appropriate.
Successfully separating conjoined twins is a complex operation that depends on how they are joined as well as the experience and skill of the surgical team.
The African court has demonstrated its autonomy in a continent where judicial independence remains shaky in many states.
Yoga helps financially insecure youth gain confidence, coping skills, and self-compassion.
Epilepsy affects around 70 million people globally, 80% live in developing countries. A shortage of specialists, equipment and drugs complicates effective treatment and management.