A while back, I was woken up from my deep depression sleep caused by the raging financial struggles that are a trademark of this our Nairobi by a sweet text message that claimed I had won Ksh.100,000 from a competition…
To escape from the tedium of joblessness Paul Ndung'u Chege, 53, accidentally stumbled onto sculpturing where he uses tree stumps and discarded pieces of wood, something that has become to him a whole new experience...
Environmentally, Kenya is a shrunken shell. The run-away rate of pollution coupled with environmental degradation is a premonition which is a symbolic shape of things to come and is a problem that is bigger than any journalistic ...
I took a memory of my past and compared to what it is now and to a point of view, I call it disaster would be development but in the planning the environmental factor was ignored. I remember while in…
Mother nature has always been kind to us. We are the once who constantly harm our environment and somehow manage to get away with it sometimes - but not always. I think I was among the happiest persons when...
When I initially encountered the word intersex, the first thing that came into my mind was the common - LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender). I thought it meant especially transgender or bisexual - how ignorant I was. I ...
I was privileged to attend the Regional Family Conference held in Nairobi, Kenya on 15th and 16thof May 2018 at Kenyatta International Convention Center (KICC), to celebrate the international day of the family. The observance of ...
I have heard quite a number of people complain and curse the government for the ban on plastic bags, and the first thing I usually tell them is “No, it is not the government, it is the National Environmental Management…
When we see trees, most of the times the first thing that comes into our mind is money and we are not wrong about that. Money does come from trees. OK, anyway, apart from that, trees have so much use…
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