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A health worker dispenses albendazole tablets to a child on National Deworming Day in Kisumu, Kenya. Evidence Action, Courtesy of Photoshare

The positive impact of deworming in Kenyan schools: the evidence untangled

A re-analysis of research into deworming interventions at Kenyan schools has confirmed some findings and disputed others. However, it does not take away from the programme's effectiveness.
A re-analysis of data of deworming at schools in Kenya has generated different findings. 2014 Evidence Action/Photoshare

How re-analysing the data of scientific research can change the findings

The re-analysis of data can provide valuable new findings and it can improve transparency, accountability, and strengthen the literature that policymakers base their decisions on.
US President Barack Obama’s much-anticipated visit is aimed at forging stronger ties with Kenya and Ethiopia. Reuters/Jonathan Ernst

Obama’s visit to strengthen America’s ties in East Africa

Kenya and Ethiopia need to use the media spotlight of US President Barack Obama's visit to showcase their various opportunities. The US and the African Union will also be looking to benefit from the visit.
US President Barack Obama speaks at the US-Africa leaders summit. The number of US programs and initiatives on the continent has grown exponentially. EPA

Obama’s visit to Kenya: why Africa matters to America

Barack Obama's upcoming visit to Kenya is a clear sign American military and economic involvement in Africa will continue to rise amid growing Chinese influence.
Children’s labour entails both benefits and harm that should be assessed at the local level. Reuters/Finbarr O'Reilly

Global standards miss the nuance in local child labour

A more enlightened approach to child labour would listen to what children say about work, balance work and school, and enhance the flexibility and quality of schooling to cater for working children.
Girls head home from school in a Kenyan slum. Many parents believe private schooling will help their children get ahead in a tough economy. Noor Khamis/Reuters

Kenya’s government is throttling the growth of private schools

Kenya's public schools are scoring a failing grade. Now several pieces of government policy are threatening low-cost private schools' ability to fill the gap.
A relative of a victim killed in the Garissa University College attack is helped by Red Cross staff. REUTERS/Herman Kariuki

Making sense of horrific violence in Kenya

To try to make sense of the terrible massacre of students at Garissa University College in Kenya, we must examine the intertwined history of Kenya and Somalia.
Lack of evidence. EPA/Peter de Jong

If Uhuru Kenyatta trial falls apart, the ICC may be doomed

Uhuru Kenyatta, incumbent president of Kenya, has finally appeared before the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague. He is charged with murder, forcible transfer, rape, persecution, and other…

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