Previously Africa Recovery
Kenya: Conservation Agriculture - Beating Drought and Poor Harvest
Agriculture plays a pivotal role in the lives of most Kenyans with close to 70 percent of the population - mainly women - relying on it. Read more »
Kenya: Protectionist Ban On Imported Used Clothing
alled mitumba (bundles) in Kenya, obroni wawu (dead white men's clothes) in Ghana and salaula (select by rummaging) in Zambia, imported used clothing is frequently blamed for the… Read more »
Kenya: Violence Against Women Spikes During Heated Electioneering
Although Kenya has attempted to address rising incidents of violence against women by enacting specific laws and policies, huge challenges have limited the success of these laws… Read more »
Kenya: Violence Against Women Spike During Heated Electioneering
Africa: Africa's App-Based Taxis Battle Uber Over Market Share
Until recently, public transportation in Cairo, Freetown, Lagos, Nairobi and many other African cities was chaotic and accident prone. The mostly unreliable local taxicabs did not… Read more »
Africa: African Airlines Wait for Open Skies
Thousands of air travellers face complicated choices when flying between cities across the African continent. Although transiting through Europe when flying between two African… Read more »
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