Without refugee status people aren’t able to receive valuable support, like the right to live and work in a country.
School meals should strive to provide nutritious diets by serving diverse, safe, palatable, and locally available foods.
Better monitoring of groundwater is important for sustainable management.
With three world records to her name, Faith Kipyegon is competing for two gold medals at the World Athletics Championships.
The recent kidnapping of a US nurse has put a focus on the plight of Haitians living with organized crime every day. But few governments are willing to intervene.
Efforts to save one species can provide scientific knowledge that enables us to save other creatures in need.
From the moment a male lion is born it faces a gauntlet of challenges, ranging from snakebite to infanticide.
The government and opposition have a duty to work towards creating a Kenya in which all citizens can live peacefully.
Hypertension is a manageable condition – but left untreated, it can damage organs such as the kidneys, heart and brain.
The Kenyan state has historically viewed forests in terms of production and economic development – not biodiversity and conservation.
Immigration policy is so highly politicised that the South African government seems afraid to move.
Kenya’s inability to move past ethnic ideology has made it difficult to develop alternative bases for political organisation.
Queer theory tells us that people’s identities are complex. If all research subjects are approached this way, we can understand their responses more fully.
Jomo Kenyatta and his successor Daniel arap Moi set the tone for ethnic and authoritarian politics which Kenya has wrestled to free itself from in recent decades.
A world without pastoralists would not only be a poorer place, but we would lose an important lifeline to our collective future.
Philanthropic investments must support the capacity of women in law and leadership.
Africa contributes less than 1% of research worldwide on movement behaviours in children. This means that research on movement behaviours has largely excluded over 16% of the world’s population.
Kenya’s experienced fast population growth and urbanisation - this has brought about some big challenges.
In a world where economic sanctions make trade in US dollars almost impossible, gold has offered a way to evade these restrictions.
Kenya’s budgetary allocation misses opportunities to improve basic education and address unemployment.