The rapid invasion is a major threat to the environment and rural people’s livelihoods.
Once crops have been harvested, farmers experience wastage and loss of food all over Africa.
Women are drastically under-represented in the science, technology, engineering and maths fields.
Research found that burns were most common among children under five years.
Kenya needs to disseminate and implement intelligence so that it can effectively prevent and counter future terror attempts.
Kenya has a legal framework that protects its citizens from racism but there are challenges with its implementation
As rain continues to fall in Kenya, national and county governments must put measures in place to prevent a Rift Valley fever outbreak.
New forms of artistic expression are driving debates in East Africa that challenge sensitive subjects. But the backlash has been vicious.
Baringo county and other areas on the western side of Kenya are struggling to reduce their seasonal malaria caseloads.
Influenza is an important cause of severe respiratory illness in Kenya especially among children below two years of age.
Kenya must establish policies to tackle dengue fever and chikungunya, like it did for malaria.
Nairobi's new governor should learn from the mistakes of the past
In the future, traps for mosquito that spread the dengue and chikungunya virus could be made from the carbon dioxide in human breathe as well as body odour.
Kenya’s government has brought the role of the media into sharp focus after shutting down three main television stations.
Fixing facial birth defects helps a child's optimal growth. But collaboration is needed if developing countries are to increase access to reconstructive surgery.
The Food and Agriculture organisation estimates that 30 to 40% of total food production is lost before it reaches the market. The losses in Africa are greater and sustainable strategies are needed.
There is an urgent need for affordable cancer treatment services, lower drug costs, better equipped facilities, favourable national cancer policies and specialist doctors in Kenya.
Raila Odinga has been at the forefront of the struggle for democracy and upholding the rule of law in Kenya. His latest battles are bound to cement his legacy as a progressive force for good.
A strike by Kenyan nurses points to the country's failure to manage the devolution of responsibility for health care from national to county governments.
Despite avenues for legal redress, the solution to Kenya’s constitutional crisis is political. The leadership on both sides of the political divide must reach an agreement for the sake of the nation.