Destination Magazine (Nairobi)

A lifestyle magazine that seeks to raise the profile of East Africa and showcase what the region has to offer.

Website: http://www.eadestination.com


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January 31

  • Africa: Kenya's Conservation Dilemmas

    Wildlife Is one of Kenya's most precious resources and every year it boosts the economy by billions of shillings, employs thousands of Kenyans and delights millions of tourists.... Read more »



November 27, 2013

  • Kenya: A Battle of Good & Evil

    Kenya has had a tumultuous relationship with witchcraft throughout the years. On one hand it is now illegal, its practitioners facing jail sentences and hefty fines, and on the... Read more »



September 26, 2013

  • Kenya: Behind the Terror of Al Shabaab

    As a terrorist group, al-Shabaab has had international leaders worried since the mid 2000s, but for everyday Kenyans they, quite literally, burst on to the scene last year.... Read more »



July 26, 2013

  • Kenya: Making a Career From a Miracle

    One of the greatest gifts modern medicine has given us is In Vitro Fertilisation and surrogacy, which give couples who can't naturally create children the chance to have a baby of... Read more »

  • Kenya: History of an Epidemic [analysis]

    HIV/Aids burst into global awareness in the early 1980s and has become forever associated with Africa, where it took its heaviest tolls. Judy Wanja tracks the disease's progress... Read more »



May 21, 2013

  • Kenya: A Country Held for Ransom

    Gangs in Kenya Have Realised That Every Family, No Matter How Poor, Will Give Everything It Can to Stay Whole, Sparking a Rising Trend of Kidnappings for Ransom. the Crime, and the... Read more »



February 14, 2013



January 25, 2013

  • Kenya: Heroin Pollutes Coastal Paradise

    The Kenyan Coast has long been a sunny paradise with a slower pace of life, but a darker underside is emerging -- one where heroin addicts do anything to score their next hit.... Read more »



January 18, 2013

  • Kenya: Nubians in Kenya

    Kibera. The infamous Nairobi slum is home to poverty, crime, disease and about 170,000 residents. They live without running water and electricity, and with the threat of crime and... Read more »



January 07, 2013

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