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Kenyans remember the Queen's visits to their country
In Kenya, residents of the Soy Club, where the then Princess Elizabeth II honeymooned with Prince Philip, reacted to the monarch's death.
Meet the child chef cooking up a storm in Kenya
"I want to show people that food is not only about eating, it's about how you make it and the magic behind it."
Police disperse Kisumu protesters with tear gas
Chaos erupted in Kisumu, a stronghold of longtime opposition figure Raila Odinga, on Monday, after Kenya's electoral commission declared Deputy President William Ruto the winner of the presidential election.
Kenya votes in close presidential election where turnout could be key
The top candidates are Raila Odinga, a democracy campaigner who has vied for the presidency for a quarter-century, and 55-year-old Deputy President William Ruto.
Surviving on berries: Kenya's Purapul people face starvation
In the dust bowl of Kenya's drought-stricken north, the people of Purapul are edging closer to starvation, surviving on nothing but wild berries as their children waste away from hunger.
Peter Tabichi, Kenya's million dollar award-winning school teacher (Inspire Africa)
I became a science teacher because I thought, you know, through science, you can learn a lot. You can learn about the world around you... through science we can unlock the great potential of our young people. We can be able to come up with.. , to offer solutions to so many challenges that the world
Kenya: Long queues at petrol stations due to fuel restrictions
Motorists wait at petrol stations in Kisumu, western Kenya, due to fuel shortages and strict rationing at service stations.
Kenyan rapper's words inspire community recycling
"The more I did the music part, the more I figured out how to understand my emotions, understand who I am, understand my environment, be observant of my environment and be observant of the world."
How can this ‘bongo park’ save a species from extinction?
With fewer than one hundred individuals left in the wild, conservationists in Kenya are fighting to save the mountain bongo, a type of antelope on the verge of extinction.
Maternal health: the tech saving mothers in sub-Saharan Africa
Global Japan finds out how a Japanese medical tech company is helping to save lives of mothers in sub-Saharan Africa.
This solar-powered fridge is helping COVID vaccines reach remote Kenya
A solar-powered portable fridge is overcoming the many difficulties of transporting viable COVID vaccines to some of Africa's remotest communities.
World-famous Kenyan paleoanthropologist Richard Leakey dies aged 77
Leakey, who unearthed evidence that helped to prove humankind evolved in Africa, died on Sunday at the age of 77, Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta said.
The ballet dancer inspiring children living in Kenya’s slum
"Everybody deserves the right to dance. Everybody deserves the right to be who they are. Ballet was made for the elite because it needed to divide people, but dance is something that is meant to unite."
Faces of COP26: Meet the climate advocate standing up for young people
"You have to centre young people - especially Indigenous and frontline communities."
Japan's low carbon technology lights up Kenya
Japan’s expertise in low carbon technology is playing a key role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions worldwide, particularly in developing countries, where such technologies are often out of reach. We take a look at how Kenya is benefitting from Japanese help.
Funeral ceremony for slain Kenyan athlete Agnes Tirop begins
Kenya runner's death highlights pressures faced by female athletes
How Kenyan farmers are turning a locust plague into an opportunity
The Bug Picture is empowering communities to come up with sustainable solutions to the plague.
This baby boom in Kenya is helping to save an endangered species
A tiny new life is just beginning. On Kenya's south coast, a volunteer stands guard over newborn green turtles.
Why is community immersion the future of responsible tourism?
Jenny Southan argues how community-based travel will be a cornerstone of tourism in 2021.
How can we travel to remote communities while still being ethical?
Jenny Southan talks with three industry experts about how to take part in community immersion trips responsibly.