Although Kenyans consider access to water a constitutional right, a vast majority are denied it in Kibera
Stability in Kenya hinges on a just, equitable distribution of resources, and a commitment to progress human development for the marginalised
Rights groups are demanding an investigation into the death of activist Caroline Mwatha. Police claim she died during a failed abortion
Affordable housing is one of Kenya’s development priorities. But how does it aim to achieve this when it continues to render thousands homeless?
Media focus has been on Kenya’s election being a trigger for violence, but that’s only part of the story.
Kenyan women have raised concerns that politicians and gangs are using young people to campaign for them and to threaten their opponents.
Science from the Swiss cleans water with sunlight.
A novel and easy way to disinfect water using freely available solar power is helping to combat the spread of disease in developing countries.
Peepoo bags and drop-off points give those living in Nairobi’s Kibera a hygienic and safe solution to dealing with human waste.
The Rod of Asclepius is mistaken as a symbol of snake worshipping in a high quality and nearly free clinic in Kenya’s largest slum of Kibera.