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22 June 2020
Kenya's textile industry is finding new purpose and providing jobs to many during the Covid-19 pandemic. Although the industry had previously been nearly obsolete due to the import of clothing, the pandemic has given ...
24 July 2018
Rising populations and increasing river-side infrastructure has severely impacted the Mau Forest Complex in Kenya. Home to the Mara River which directly contributes to various community's livelihoods, protecting the w...
9 June 2018
Thanks to a modernized waste-management system introduced by Tanzania in 2014, Kenya is able to see a future for fixing their quickly growing trash pollution problem.
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1 June 2018
Motivated by crop devastation from a severe drought, farmers in parts of Kenya took action to prevent a similar event from impacting them in the future. Working together, these small-scale farmers implemented conserva...
19 May 2018
Runyenjes, Nairobi, Kenya
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The Karurumo Self-Help Group in Kenya initially started as a way to avoid agriculture exploitation. However, it has now evolved into a way to reduce post-harvest waste through the implementation of value addition and ...
17 February 2018
To prolong the shelf life of mangos, a cash crop in Kenya, members of the Masii Horticultural Farmers Cooperative in Machakos County have found a way to build innovative coolers that will work without a need for elect...
Thomson Reuters Foundation
19 November 2015
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In the rural Kenyan village of Msumarini, women are empowered to become business leaders. Imani Women Group runs a thriving bakery using the simple resources available in the village.
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