We live in times when diversity and gender parity are key to Kenya’s development as an African pillar. One woman has set great standards for others in the society, from her political debut to empowering the neglected voices in society. ...
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Most Kenyans remember pigs being delivered to parliament to symbolize MP’s greed. No one remembers the beatings, the teargas and the arrest of 17 protestors.
In the 2018 Global Hunger Index, Hunger in Nigeria is ranked 103rd out of 119 qualifying countries. With a score of 31.1, Nigeria suffers from a level of hunger that is chronic.
Silence in Kenya by Journalists and Activists after Robert Alai was arrested on Tuesday morning by officers from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI), a day after Police Spokesman Charles Owino told journalists that action will be taken against him.
Is the red liquid flowing from inside Burundi’s Secret Killing House, human blood? What has the Government of Burundi said about the alleged Extra-judicial killings? Is the Pierre Nkurunziza, the President of Burundi behind the human rights violations?
Report on Safe Migration and Alternative Livelihoods film. More than 20,000 victims are trafficked through Kenya annually. HAART Kenya partnered with Fatuma’s Voice to do a Screening on Safe Migration.
Esther Passaris, Nairobi’s Woman Representative, shares her desire for Baby Kiano and the Mazzoncini family to be reunited on International Day of families.
HAART Kenya has partnered with Fatuma’s Voice to do a Film Screening on Safe Migration. This will be a free event with attendance open to all interested people. RSVP NOW!
Kenya Paralympics Team held a silent protest this morning at Kencom Stage in Nairobi’s CBD. This is after years of unpaid allowances, corruption and neglect by their management committee. Just a few weeks back, they won a total of 42 ...
Boniface Mwangi: Arrested for Revolutionary Thinking: Africa’s independence was based on a revolution by the freedom fighters. Did we really gain freedom or was the face of oppression and colonialism simply changed?