Family planning: Empowering women and girls in Kenya
In Kenya, young women rarely have access to information or tools that can help them plan their families. With teen marriages still rampant, nongovernmental organizations are coming up with new ways to help girls take charge of their reproductive health.
Kenya leads the way in technological innovation
Thanks to high levels of internet and devices penetration, countries such as Kenya continue to be at the forefront of innovations in finance, agriculture and transportation among other sectors.
Bro Philip Munyao - Sitaacha
Philip Munyao is a budding Gospel Minister, Singer and songwriter based in Nairobi, Kenya. He started recording music professionally in 2016 when he released his first single ‘better Kenya’ produced by Jamal Malique of Starbell Records and video directed by Crizo Mzeya.
In Kenyan refugee camp, hope of new life in U.S. fades and suicide rate rises
Knives, wire, battery acid, rat poison, rope - aid workers at a camp in a remote corner of Kenya have recently confiscated these items from refugees after seeing a three-fold spike in suicidal patients since many had their hopes for resettlement dashed.
Micro plastics in bottle water
Coca-Cola has accepted that there are microplastics in its Dasani water sold in Kenya. A study by scientists at the State University of New York showed that 93 percent of famous bottled water products are contaminated by tiny pieces of plastic.
Captain Leah and the family in the sky
Changing perceptions and pushing limits in Kenya. We follow a pilot who always knew she could fly. 35-year old Captain Leah Kihara has been over 4000 hours in the sky. And she loves it.
Kenya's Oscar nominee "Watu Wote" premiere
Film 'Watu Wote: All of us', based on a 2015 Islamist attack in Kenya, had its Nairobi premiere just hours after it was announced as an Oscar nominee.
At least 36 dead after a road accident in Kenya's Rift Valley
A deadly collision between a bus and a lorry in Kenya kills scores of people.