What Must Be Done to Protect Kenyans Against Dangerous Pesticides

Over three years, pesticide application increased by 47% and so did incidences of pesticide-related health impairments. The most frequently reported symptoms were sneezing, dizziness, headache and blurred vision, and skin irritations. Pesticide-related acute symptoms increase significantly with the number of pesticide products handled, writes Ibrahim Macharia for The Conversation.

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