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Kenya Food Security Outlook Update, September 2015

Food security seasonally deteriorating in pastoral and marginal agricultural areas Key Messages In pastoral areas, rangeland resources have continued to become less available during the dry season, leading to the seasonal decline in livestock productivity, which seasonally reduces…

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Situation Report
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FEWS NET
Posted:
30 Sep 2015
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Kenya

Lack of groundwater data is keeping Kenya thirsty, experts say

Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation - Fri, 25 Sep 2015 04:35 GMT Author: Maina Waruru NAIROBI, Sept 25 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When Charles Wachira, the proprietor of Maji Drilling Services, was contracted by a local church organisation to…

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News and Press Release
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AlertNet
Posted:
26 Sep 2015

Kenya

Kenya plans tax waiver on animal feeds raw materials

In Summary He said adoption of new dairy technologies from fodder storage, milk handling and transportation, would enhance returns by reducing wastage blamed on unhygienic practices. The minister said half of the Sh10.5 billion concessional loan from the…

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News and Press Release
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Daily Nation
Posted:
24 Sep 2015

Kenya

Opinion: Kenya Cannot Rise If Its Women Are Left Behind

By Zebib Kavuma and Siddharth Chatterjee Zebib Kavuma the U.N. Women Country Director to Kenya. Siddharth Chatterjee is the UNFPA Representative to Kenya. NAIROBI, Sep 23 2015 (IPS) - Consider this. A young girl called Amina Mohamed who…

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News and Press Release
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IPS
Posted:
24 Sep 2015

Kenya

USD$ 30 Million to Fight TB & Malaria in Kenya

Amref Health Africa in Kenya wins Global Fund contract 2015-2017 September 16th, 2015. Nairobi, Kenya: - Amref Health Africa in Kenya is the principle recipient of USD$ 30,472,094 (Kshs. 3,108,153,588) from the Global Fund for TB and…

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News and Press Release
Source:
Amref
Posted:
22 Sep 2015

Kenya

As droughts worsen, joined-up adaptations build resilience in arid Kenya

Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation - Tue, 22 Sep 2015 05:48 GMT Author: Sophie Mbugua YAMICHA, Kenya, Sept 22 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Gusts of wind blow the dust coming from thousands of animals as they make their way…

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News and Press Release
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AlertNet
Posted:
22 Sep 2015

Kenya

New plan to reduce crop diseases, increase food production

Summary The plan collects data on crop diseases across the country in order to come up with timely remedial measures. The project is being rolled out by Plantwise, an organisation that deals with plant health. Plantwise operates in Embu,…

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News and Press Release
Source:
Daily Nation
Posted:
22 Sep 2015

Kenya + 3 more

Advocating for Sign Language Education as a Human Right

As children growing up in Kenya, Georgine Auma and Natha Yare were excluded from their right to education. Why? Because they are deaf. Access to education in sign language is still denied to millions of deaf and…

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News and Press Release
Source:
USAID
Posted:
22 Sep 2015

Kenya

Families displaced in Boni Forest security operation yet to receive aid

By KALUME KAZUNGU The over 3,000 villagers affected by the ongoing Operation Linda Boni in Lamu East have not received any humanitarian aid, the Nation has established. The government had promised to provide relief food and other support…

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News and Press Release
Source:
Daily Nation
Posted:
21 Sep 2015

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