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Cultivating traditional crops to fight malnutrition

Kiamwangi, Kenya — If growing up in an agricultural community were the key to health, the children of Kiamwangi would be thriving. But Jane Hunyu, who farms a quarter-acre plot here, says the children in her…

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News and Press Release
Source:
AllAfrica
Posted:
30 Mar 2012

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Kenya wants Somalia refugees to return to liberated homeland

Somalia refugees being accommodated in camps in Kenya should return to their country, Foreign Affairs Assistant Minister Richard Onyonka has said. Hon. Onyonka was speaking with Dr. Nicholas Westcott during a meeting with the EU…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
Govt. Kenya
Posted:
30 Mar 2012

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Somalia Unsafe for Refugees to Return

Resume Registration of New Arrivals (Nairobi) – Kenyan authorities should not return refugees to Somalia because of ongoing fighting and abuses against civilians in areas controlled by Kenyan forces and allied militias, Human Rights Watch said today.…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
HRW
Posted:
30 Mar 2012

Kenya

Fertilizer shortage could exacerbate food insecurity

NAIROBI, 29 March 2012 (IRIN) - Those Kenyan farmers who normally use fertilizer to boost yields could be forced go without this season (March-May) unless the government moves quickly to boost supplies. A senior government official told…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
TNH
Posted:
29 Mar 2012

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New Borehole to Provide Water in Kenya

This week, families and communities in Mwatate, Kenya will have a new source of water and a new hope for consistent supplies of food thanks to a borehole being drilled by the Christian Reformed World Relief…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
CRWRC
Posted:
28 Mar 2012

Kenya

Safaricom Foundation and Kenya Red Cross Launch Water Project

The Safaricom Foundation in collaboration with Kenya Red Cross Society (KRCS) launched a water project in Wajir East District on 26th March 2012. The water project aims at cushioning more than 5,000 people from water scarcity…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
Kenya Red Cross
Posted:
28 Mar 2012

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Kenyan camp sees influx from Sudan, South Sudan

KAKUMA, Kenya, March 27 (UNHCR) When Kakuma camp was first set in 1992, it hosted thousands of refugees fleeing the civil war in Sudan. Twenty years later, the refugee camp in north-western Kenya is now filling up…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
UNHCR
Posted:
28 Mar 2012

Kenya

Baby Adey’s Story of Survival

Baby Adey’s mother must have felt desperate as she lay sick and bedridden in her home in Garissa—an area of Northeastern Kenya badly affected by the Horn of Africa drought. But as a mother, her own…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
World Concern
Posted:
27 Mar 2012

Kenya

CBM donates mobility devices in Northern Kenya

Thank you for giving me legs “Thank you for giving me legs, I’m praying for you,” Says Sabina Lobei after receiving a tricycle donated by CBM through the Association of the Physically Disabled of Kenya (APDK). “Now I…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
CBM
Posted:
27 Mar 2012

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