Kenya

Over the past few years, the debate on the agenda of crystallizing the economies of different African states through better sustainable management of maritime resources has been at the forefront. The idea of the blue economy has been a pertinent conversation point in different economic forums. According to the World Bank, the blue economy is the “sustainable […]

Africa has over the years experienced rapid growth in population in different countries owing to lower maternal mortality rates, better healthcare, improved living standards among other critical factors. By 2070, the bulk of the world’s population growth is predicted to take place in Africa: of the additional 2.4 billion people projected between 2015 and 2050, 1.3 billion will […]

The east African region is not commonly known as a wine making region and so it’s a surprise when you stumble into wine brands with a local Eastern African affiliation or origin unlike the South African states where foreign European settlers set up wineries in the colonial times. Over the recent years however, investors have […]

Kenya and Cuba recently made a bilateral agreement for health sector development cooperation. The main idea was to bring doctors and health specialists from Cuba to Kenya and also take some Kenyan health specialists to Cuba to learn from the Cuban experience in building a robust primary and curative healthcare system that has afforded the […]

The Kenya Homes Expo, a platform that converges real estate stakeholders with potential and existing home owners under one roof to explore real estate deals, gain insights and pursue worthy investments. The 27th edition of the expo recently took place in October 11th to the 14th at the Kenya international convention center bringing together over […]

Most African governments continue to grapple with the challenge of a widening wealth gap in the different African countries where inequality continues to shadow the economic growth or social political gains such as growing democracy, human rights and inclusivity in the developing African nations. Kenya, a developing East African country has had a great inequality […]

Dairy farming is the single largest sub sector of agriculture in Kenya. It contributes 14% of Agricultural (GDP) with an annual growth rate of 4.1% compared to 1.2% of Agriculture Kenya’s dairy sector account for 6-8% of the country’s GDP. The dairy industry is the most advanced of the livestock subsectors. Kenya’s dairy industry is the most developed in East Africa. Like […]

The pertinent challenge of collective responsibility in environmental preservation is persistent amongst many communities that are otherwise expected to proactively preserve the natural resources such as forests and rivers. In Kenya, East Africa, the communities residing in the near the Mau forest together with government agencies such as the Kenya forestry service and the Ministry […]

The arable and semi arable lands of central and eastern Kenya have been under exploited economically for agricultural production. Unpredictable weather patterns have been a key factor limiting the productivity from limitations in planning for production. In a bit to curb the fluctuations in humidity and other key variables, there has been a gradually adoption […]

Slums are common to many OECD and third world countries including India, Mexico, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa and Chile just to name a few. These settlements tend to host the lower income class if they are not provided with affordable housing. The cost within these zones is typically cheaper compared to other parts of a […]


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